Springsteen plays at XCel Center in St. Paul

Badlands (w/ Jay Weinberg)
Radio Nowhere (w/ Jay Weinberg)
Outlaw Pete (w/ Jay Weinberg)
No Surrender (w/ Jay Weinberg)
Out in the Street (w/ Jay Weinberg)
Working on a Dream (w/ Jay Weinberg)
Seeds (w/ Jay Weinberg)
Johnny 99 (w/ Jay Weinberg)
The Ghost of Tom Joad (w/ Jay Weinberg)
Raise Your Hand (w/ Jay Weinberg)
Good Lovin'
Prove It All Night
The E Street Shuffle
Waitin' on a Sunny Day
The Promised Land
I'm on Fire
Kingdom of Days
Lonesome Day
The Rising
Born to Run

Encore:

Hard Times
Tenth Avenue Freeze-out
Land of Hope and Dreams
American Land
Bobby Jean
Rosalita

Jay Weinberg kept Springsteen refreshed and on pace when the E Street Band dragged at the X

Bruce Springsteen has discovered the Fountain of Youth.

Not that he needs to. At 59, he was so on fire Monday at St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center that the buff Boss looked like he could kick Brett Favre's butt, even though the rocker is 20 years older. But his E Street Band could use a shot in the arm.

Monday night's sold-out Bruce Springsteen show at the Xcel Energy Center marked the eighth time the Boss has played the Twin Cities since 2002. But thanks to one very young, very promising development in the E Street Band, it stands as one of the most memorable.

Not that the seemingly ageless Springsteen, who turns 60 this fall, needs an energy boost, but that's just what his new drummer gave him Monday evening. In a makeshift on-the-job training maneuver,

Tuesday night saw the return of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band for what was, predictably, a drawn out and massively entertaining set mixing songs from his classic early work to his most recent album, Working on a Dream.