Jake Clemons

Singer-songwriter, saxophonist and nephew of Clarence Clemons. Born 27 February 1980
Jake Clemons
Jake Clemons

Jake Clemons Biography (Wikipedia)

Jake Clemons (born February 27, 1980) is a saxophonist, singer-songwriter & guitarist. He is an American musician (multi instrumentalist) and since 2012 is best known for being the saxophonist for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Clemons took over the role of saxophonist for the band when his uncle, Clarence Clemons, a founding member of the band, died in 2011. Clemons also has performed various instruments including percussion and also provided backing vocals on the band's Wrecking Ball Tour, High Hopes Tour and The River Tour. Clemons attended the Virginia Governor's School for the Arts to study jazz performance. Clemons also has performed with Eddie Vedder, Roger Waters, The Swell Season and The Roots.

Clemons released a solo album titled Fear & Love in January 2017.

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