Springsteen set to rock at Xcel Centerby Jim Bickal, Minnesota Public Radio
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Madonna and Bob Dylan have come and gone. Now it's Bruce Springsteen's turn to play in St. Paul.
Springsteen will perform Sunday and Monday nights at the Xcel Energy Center.
He will perform in support of his latest album, "Wrecking Ball," backed by the 17-piece E Street band, which now includes sax player Jake Clemons, nephew of the late Clarence Clemons.
Springsteen, who is 63, still puts on a high-energy show that usually lasts well over three hours.
The New Jersey native has been especially busy in the last few weeks. In addition to scheduled tour dates, he appeared at campaign events with President Barack Obama and played a benefit to raise money for the victims of Superstorm Sandy.