Schumer, the chairman of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, will make the opening remarks for Obama's swearing-in on Monday while Beyonce will be the final act at the ceremony on the West Front of the Capitol — singing the National Anthem.
Colburn and other representatives from the organizations planning the 57th inauguration met with reporters at the National Press Club to discuss logistics for the festivities.
While several celebrities will be participating in Monday's ceremony at the Capitol — Kelly Clarkson will sing "My Country 'Tis of Thee" and James Taylor will sing "America the Beautiful" — one famous Obama supporter is sitting the inauguration out.
Bruce Springsteen, who campaigned for Obama during the election, will not be a part of the event, Colburn confirmed.
"At this point he's not part of the talent lineup so I'm not sure where the Boss will or won't be," he said.