The power and the glory were unleashed in the heart of Harlem on Friday night as Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band took to the stage of the storied Apollo Theater.
Gov. Chris Christie says he’s been getting a lot of e-mails and calls from people upset over his decision to lower flags to half staff Saturday to honor Newark native Whitney Houston.
Everything from the outrageous to the tragic happened in June. Take a listen.
Steve Somers opened up a Monday schmooze with a smorgasbord of sorts. After lamenting the loss of E Street Band saxophonist Clarence “The Big Man” Clemons, Somers gets into the swing of things talking Mets, Yankees, Jack McKeon, Tiger Woods and much more.
Rain has Sweeny on the ground at O’Hare, which got him thinking about Phil Hughes, Derek Jeter, Brett Gardner and the motives of Brian Cashman.
The death of saxophone player Clarence Clemons ripped a hole in Bruce Springsteen’s music and onstage life, taking away a figure who had served him loyally for decades.
“Immeasurable” is how Bruce Springsteen is describing the loss of his longtime saxaphone player and friend Clarence Clemons.
A person who has worked with Clemons in the past confirmed that Clemons had the stroke. Clemons, 69, is known as “the Big Man” in the E Street Band and his sax has been one of the most defining elements of the band’s sound.