E Street Band's Clarence Clemons Answers Burning Questions From the "Rolling Stone" Twitter

September 18, 2009 4:04 PM ET

Even though Bruce Springsteen is set to perform tomorrow night, September 20th, at Chicago's United Center, we somehow managed to get E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons to stop by the Rolling Stone offices today to speak to the RS crew and, as our followers on Twitter found out, answer questions directly from the fans. You sent the tweets and now Clemons has your answers. In these exclusive videos, the Big Man fields questions about his favorite acting role, what Springsteen album he wants to play live in its entirety and much more. Check out Clemons answering the fans' burning inquires below:

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