Bruce Springsteen’s famous E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons suffered a serious stroke Sunday night at his home in Florida. He was reported to be very ill and in critical condition. Clemons has since had two brain surgeries and is now, according to The Star-Ledger, "responsive and in stable condition", but is sadly paralyzed on the left side of his body, reports Fox New York. Clemons has endured several medical setbacks in the past decade, including two knee replacements and spinal fusion surgery. The musician was in poor health the last time he performed with Springsteen in December 2010, but he seemed to be doing better recently: Clemons recorded two songs on Lady Gaga's Born This Way and performed with her on last month's American Idol season finale. In February, Clemons told Rolling Stone he would never stop touring with Springsteen and the E Street Band "as long as my mouth, hands and brain still work."