BIG TRIBUTE FOR THE “BIG MAN” THURSDAY

220px-Clarence_clemons_OlbrichFlags in New Jersey will be flown at half staff in honor of the “Big Man”, musician Clarence Clemons.  Governor Chris Christie ordered all flags be flown at half staff in the Garden State in honor of Clemons, who died Saturday night after suffering a major stroke.  Clemons was the saxophone player for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band.  The governor says Clemons represented the soul and spirit of New Jersey.  Christie also stated that when he learned of Clemons’ passing on Saturday evening, he had the feeling that the days of his youth were finally over.

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