Bon Jovi announced today that guitarist Richie Sambora will not be performing on the upcoming leg of the band’s current tour. A post on the Bon Jovi website cited “personal issues” for his absence without giving any other information.
Bon Jovi’s new album, What About Now, has outsold David Bowie’s long-awaited release, The Next Day, for the number-one position this week according to Billboard.com.
The latest video from Bon Jovi completes the star-crossed tale of Astrid and Duddy, two kids who are just trying to hold on to what they’ve got. Sound familiar?
Spend your Friday night with Bon Jovi and Radio.com.
The members of Bon Jovi are, if anything, fighters. You have to be to endure as long as they have in music.
Though not typical of the classic stadium anthems Bon Jovi became known for, “Wanted Dead Or Alive” was and still is a favorite among fans.
In support of their new album What About Now, Bon Jovi will be embarking on a lengthy tour that will ensure fans receive what they have come accustomed to – a pure rock show consisting of all the hits and a few surprises.
Even though the year is young and only several handfuls of concerts have been announced, there is plenty to look forward to.
Many live performances from the 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy benefit concert at NYC’s Madison Square Garden are now available as a digital album and eventually a physical album, Columbia Records has announced.
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