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    Thoughts and prayers to his wonderful extended family...including his fans...RIP Clarence.

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    What an iconic figure.
    Popular music is richer for his presence.
    I'm sure he's already found his place in the "heavenly" band.

    RIP

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    A friend said U2 paid tribute to Clarence last night: I would have enjoyed seeing that (the rest of the concert too.) I love that Bono inducted Bruce/EStreet into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and then Bruce repaid the favor for U2. I love the old bootlegs and videos from the 70's when they had an onstage energy that was incredible. I didn't have wheels and was a young teen in Kansas and was not able to see them live until the 80's...still an incredible experience for me. Clarence will be missed and I think that is an understatement. I wonder if EStreet will continue.

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    RIP Big guy! He was really cool person!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cachoo View Post
    A friend said U2 paid tribute to Clarence last night: I would have enjoyed seeing that (the rest of the concert too.) I love that Bono inducted Bruce/EStreet into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and then Bruce repaid the favor for U2. I love the old bootlegs and videos from the 70's when they had an onstage energy that was incredible. I didn't have wheels and was a young teen in Kansas and was not able to see them live until the 80's...still an incredible experience for me. Clarence will be missed and I think that is an understatement. I wonder if EStreet will continue.
    Hope this link works.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StmvhsT-yYA

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    Quote Originally Posted by smurfy View Post
    Thank you!!!

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    Bruce Springsteen's eulogy, slightly edited (according to him):

    http://brucespringsteen.net/news/index.html

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