Bruce Springsteen to perform at Grammy Awards ceremony

Bruce Springsteen is set to perform at the Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on February 12.

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Bruce Springsteen is set to perform at the Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on February 12.

The American rock legend will be joining Adele – who makes her live comeback following last year’s vocal chord surgery – at the event. Other artists appearing at the 54th annual Grammy Awards are Katy Perry, Glen Campbell, Coldplay, Rihanna, Foo Fighters, Paul McCartney and Nicki Minaj, reports Rolling Stone.

Bruce Springsteen‘s 17th studio album will be titled ‘Wrecking Ball’ and released on March 5. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band first played the album’s title track live on their 2009 world tour. The first single from the album, ‘We Take Care of Our Own’, is out now.

The album follows 2009’s ‘Working On A Dream’ and 2010’s outtakes collection ‘The Promise’. Springsteen is scheduled to deliver the keynote speech at South By Southwest in Austin, Texas on March 15 and he then begins his European tour on May 13 in Sevilla, Spain.

US dates are still to be announced, but he plays Sunderland Stadium of Light (June 21), Manchester Etihad Stadium (22), Isle Of Wight Festival (24) and London Hard Rock Calling (July 14) this summer.

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