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Bruce Springsteen reveals 'Wrecking Ball' tour dates but not Clarence Clemons' replacement

SpringsteenBruce012512BY WENDY EKUA QUANSAH
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Get ready to rock and roll with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band as they prepare to take the streets by storm during their “Wrecking Ball” tour, which shares the name of their upcoming album.

The show, which launches in Atlanta on March 18, will head to Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on March 28 and 29, reported WCAX.com.

According to The Press of Atlantic City, Springsteen also announced tour dates with shows in New Jersey on Tuesday.

On Friday, tickets for April 3 and 4 shows at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford and May 2 show at Newark’s Prudential Center go on sale. The tickets for the Philadelphia shows go on sale Saturday.

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As reported by WCAX.com, the replacement saxophonist for Clarence Clemons has yet to be revealed. Clemons died this past summer of a stroke at age 69. This will be the first time E Street Band has performed since Clemons passing in June.

Springsteen is scheduled to release the album on March 6.

Get ready to rock and roll with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band as they prepare to take the road by storm during their “Wrecking Ball” tour this spring. The show which launches in Atlanta on March 18 will head to Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on March 28 and 29, reported WCAX.com

On Tuesday, according to The Press of Atlantic City, Springsteen also announced tour dates with shows in N.J.

On Friday, tickets for April 3 and 4 shows at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford and May 2 show at Newark’s Prudential Center go on sale. Tickets for Philadelphia shows go on sale Saturday.

As told by WCAX.com, the replacement saxophonist has yet to be revealed after Springsteen’s friend and saxophonist, Clarence Clemons, died this past summer of a stroke at age 69. The Press added this will be the first time E Street Band has performed since his passing in June.

The American singer-songwriter-performer is also scheduled to release an album on March 6 with the same title as the tour.

Get ready to rock and roll with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band as they prepare to take the road by storm during their “Wrecking Ball” tour this spring. The show which launches in Atlanta on March 18 will head to Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on March 28 and 29, reported WCAX.com

On Tuesday, according to The Press of Atlantic City, Springsteen also announced tour dates with shows in N.J.

On Friday, tickets for April 3 and 4 shows at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford and May 2 show at Newark’s Prudential Center go on sale. Tickets for Philadelphia shows go on sale Saturday.

As told by WCAX.com, the replacement saxophonist has yet to be revealed after Springsteen’s friend and saxophonist, Clarence Clemons, died this past summer of a stroke at age 69. The Press added this will be the first time E Street Band has performed since his passing in June.

The American singer-songwriter-performer is also scheduled to release an album on March 6 with the same title as the tour.

 
Comments (2)
2 Saturday, 28 January 2012 23:23
GlenndjJY
I'm sure this idea has been floated around, but use clips of Clarence in past performances on a jumbo-tron to play his own parts. He can't be replaced.
1 Friday, 27 January 2012 01:07
Laura Lavi
come on Bruce - hire Clarence's protege and nephew Jake Clemmons for sax - he is awesome and would make Clarence smile from heaven. Best smartest choice -
Laura

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