Springsteen Delays More Concerts

By | November 8, 2002 at 12:00 AM

Bruce Springsteen (news) is postponing two more concerts because E Street Band saxophone player Clarence Clemons is recovering from surgery for a detached retina.

A concert scheduled Saturday in Columbus has been moved to Dec. 16, and a Sunday show in Indianapolis has been rescheduled for Dec. 17, according to Springsteen’s Web site.

Clemons, 60, underwent surgery after a show Monday night in Houston, causing a Wednesday performance in Austin to be postponed until March 2.

Justin Doyle, marketing manager for Value City Arena in Columbus, said tickets issued for the Saturday concert will be valid for the December show or refunds will be available starting Tuesday.

The band began the second leg of its U.S. tour in Dallas on Sunday.

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