Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band are busier than ever
Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band took over "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" Monday night. REUTERS

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band took over Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Monday.

The Boss and his cohorts ran through two new songs during the performance, which was in promotion of the rocker's forthcoming album, Wrecking Ball. In addition to his Feb. 27 appearance, Springsteen is scheduled to return to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, on Mar. 2 -- the show's third anniversary. Springsteen (and the band) will be the sole guest for the evening, as he will perform and interview with Fallon.

The legendary rocker has a lot going on these days as the stretch of performances will be followed by an extensive tour that will take The Boss through the US and into Europe.

The tour will make stops in 16 cities in the US, playing 19 shows total, including a headlining performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Springsteen will make his last US stop in Newark, NJ, before making his way to Europe for May, June and July.

Wrecking Ball will mark Springsteen's 17th studio album, which is set for a Mar. 6 release through Columbia Records.

The E Street Band's members include Roy Bittan on piano, synthesizer, Nils Lofgren on guitar, vocals, Patti Scialfa on guitar and vocals, Garry Tallent on bass guitar, Stevie Van Zandt on guitar and vocals, Max Weinberg on drums, Soozie Tyrell on violin, guitar and vocals and Charlie Giordano on keyboards. The tour will be the first since saxophonist Clarence Clemons passed away last summer at 69 years old.

Scroll down to watch Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band perform Wrecking Ball and We Take Care of Our Own on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.