Bruce Springsteen is embarking on another residency of sorts this month on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
The Boss will make at least four appearances on NBC this month, beginning Monday, November 14, through Wednesday, Nov. 16. He is then due back for The Tonight Show's Thanksgiving episode on Nov. 24.
Springsteen, who is fresh off a stand-up comedy performance at New York's 'Stand Up for Heroes' veterans benefit show, will be The Tonight Show's "lead and musical guest" throughout the 'musical takeover.'
Deadline reports that Springsteen's segments will revolve around performances. He is expected to debut four songs from his new album of soul music covers, Only the Strong Survive, which arrives tomorrow, Nov. 11.
Springsteen joins the likes of Demi Lovato, BTS, Ariana Grande and Miley Cyrus as The Tonight Show's prior musical takeover guests.
This past summer, Springsteen announced he would reunite with the E Street Band in 2023 for tours of the U.S. and Europe. It will be their first tour in six years.
The U.S. leg of the tour launches in February and wraps up in April in the band's home state of New Jersey. Go here for all the tour dates.