Saxophone legend Clarence "Big Man" Clemons passed away over the weekend,  following  complications of a stroke he suffered last week. For almost 40 years, Clemons was the saxophonist for Bruce Springsteen's E-Street Band. With his passing, not only did we lose a legend, but also one of the last sax players in pop music. How many songs in recent memory have you heard on top 40 radio featuring a saxophone?  David Hinckley, from the  New York Daily News,  joins us to talk about Clemons's legacy and the role of the sax (or lack thereof) in current pop music.

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