Vice President Joe Biden Returns To The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Elton John will also join for an interview and performance on the Monday, Nov. 13 show.

Joe Biden is ready to serve for a third time—as a guest on The Late Show.

You might also remember him from his appearances in the White House and his long running role as U.S. Senator from Delaware.

After more than four decades in public service, most recently as the 47th Vice President of the United States, Biden is kicking off a tour across the country on Monday, Nov. 13 at Lincoln Center in New York, where he'll be joined on stage by Stephen Colbert. From there, Biden's "American Promises Tour" will take the former Vice President to Late Show at 11:35/10:35c on CBS and CBS All Access.

Biden will be discussing his new book, Promise Me, Dad, which chronicles the year following his son's brain tumor diagnosis.

He's appeared twice before on The Late Show, including a memorable conversation as Papa Joe in the show's recurring Family Meeting segment.

WATCH: Family Meeting With Vice President Joe Biden

That same night, international superstar Elton John will make his first appearance on The Late Show, sitting down for an interview before doing a performance. His new greatest hits album, "Diamonds," is being released on Nov. 10.

Watch all-new episodes of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert weeknights at 11:35/10:35c on CBS and CBS All Access.