It's 4 p.m. on a Thursday afternoon, but Jake Clemons has only been out of bed for an hour. That would be quite the lazy day for most people, but the previous night the saxophonist played a three-hour-and-59-minute concert with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey ...READ MORE
It was previously announced that Clemons and his band would perform at the LOD Clarence Clemons tribute night, Wednesday, Jan 11, at the Cutting Room in New York City. Clemons, who plays saxophone in the E Street Band, is the nephew of the late Clarence Clemons. ...READ MORE
The musician (who also serves as saxophone player for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band) recently signed with BMG and has just announced a Jan. 13 release date for his new album “Fear & Love.” ...READ MORE
Jake Clemons has announced details of a new album. The singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, who tours as a saxophonist in Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, has signed with BMG and will release Fear & Love next year. ...READ MORE
2017 could see the arrival of any number of albums by classic-rock legends, if the list of TBA projects comes to fruition. In the meantime, settle in for a string of confirmed album releases that span the musical spectrum. ...READ MORE
“I need to be able to engage people; that’s where I flourish.” – Jake Clemons
There’s the hair, then there are the glasses, but ultimately there is a person who is a magnet for positive energy, emotion, and creating stories. While he feels a deep connection to his past – Jake Clemons continues to make a deep connection in the present by living life to it’s fullest through a musical journey. If you take the mysterious, rugged side of Johnny Cash and mix it with the soulful down to earth love child of Bruce Springsteen and Clarence Clemons – shaken not stirred of course – you end up with the unique and talented Jake Clemons. He plays the guitar, sax, piano, and drums, he writes music, he sings, he loves rock ‘n roll!
If you are still wondering who Jake Clemons is then consider that he has shared the stage with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, The Swell Season, The Roots, and Eddie Vedder to name a few. This is the roster of a man who is leaving a legacy of storytelling.
Jake lives on a perpetual world tour, constantly releasing new music and engaging his growing fan base.