There’s not much else to say other than Eddie Vedder is probably the coolest human being alive. He already pulled a pretty neat trick this year by forcing the music world to take his ukelele album seriously, and now he offers a eulogy for E-Street saxophone player Clarence Clemons that sounds amazingly uncalculated and genuine. The audio is here- Vedder starts talking about Clemons at approximately the 3:39 mark. [Buzzfeed]
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