Clarence Clemons / Bruce Springsteen / E Street Band Award
Beautiful award issued to Clarence Clemons for European sales in excess of 1 million units (platinum) for “The Rising”.
Reported inspiration for “The Rising”…
The Rising, which was released on July 20th, 2002, marked Springsteen’s first new album in seven years, was inspired by a fan who in the days after 9/11 pulled up next to Springsteen in his car, rolled down his window and stated simply: “We need you now.”
Dual acrylic panels showing some minor scuffing. This Award was discovered abandoned in an Ohio storage facility, several years after Clarence’s passing, with other personal possessions.
Clarence Clemons Personal Tour Booklets / Directories
Clarence Clemons of the E Street Band (Bruce Sprinsteen) personal tour booklets. These were discovered in his possessions after his passing in 2011. These booklets were only issued to band and tour entourage members. Fascinating insight into the inner workings of a major tour / production.
“A Night With Mr. C” album, signed “To Dorothy Love Clarence Clemons”. Clarence Clemons was the saxophonist for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band from 1972 till his passing in 2011. This album was discovered amongst other personal effects of Clarence’s in an Ohio storage facility.