Bruce Springsteen Announces New Sax Player For Upcoming Tour

For anyone who listens to Bruce Springsteen, they know that Clarence Clemons is a musician that can never be replaced. However, the show must go on.

For anyone who listens to Bruce Springsteen, they know that Clarence Clemons is a musician that can never be replaced.  However, the show must go on.

The Associated Press is reporting that Bruce has chosen not one, but two saxophone players to join the E Street Band on their upcoming “Wrecking Ball” world tour: longtime collaborator Eddie Manion, and none other than Jake Clemons, the nephew of Clarence.

The announcement was made today on Springsteen’s site.  The move to add a family member of a player isn’t anything new for Springsteen.  In 2009, the then 19-year-old Jay Weinberg filled in on drums for his father Max Weinberg for a handful of shows.

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