NEW YORK (AP) — E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons says he’s “in great spirits” after undergoing back surgery.
Bruce Springsteen’s longtime sidekick issued a statement to The Associated Press on Friday saying he’s “looking forward to a brighter future and playing more music!”
The Big Man’s already doing a little Tweeting.
Clemons, who turned 68 on Monday, sends his love to fans via Twitter. He adds that after he recovers, “We can dance again!”
He also Tweeted: “Bless the people in Haiti.”
Clemons had the surgery on Wednesday at a Manhattan hospital.
The band’s taking a breather after globe-trotting for the better part of two years.
On the Net: http://www.clarenceclemons.com