Clarence ClemonsBruce Springsteen's E Street Band's legendary saxophonist Clarence Clemons has had a stroke on Sunday - June 12th.

Rolling Stone is confirming reports which have said that Clemons is "seriously ill after a stroke at his home in Florida."

The severity of the stroke cannot be confirmed, as of now.

Clemons, 69, known by fans as 'The Big Man', has been playing the saxophone and performing with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band for more than three decades.

Clemons has had a string of medical ailments in recent years, mostly involving his back and knees. In the past year, Clemons has had both knees replaced and spinal fusion surgery.