About 10 hours after his band, Bon Jovi, finished a homecoming concert in Red Bank, N.J., Jon Bon Jovi stands in his home kitchen just a few miles away, impatiently waiting for a pan of water to boil. He has several fancy stainless-steel coffeemakers, but flame versus water seems to be his most direct path to getting a cup of tea. (“This is like I’m at a campfire,” he mutters at one point.)
Iconic rock band Bon Jovi will be named the 2016 Legend of Live by Billboard at the 13th annual Billboard Touring Conference & Awards, a celebratory event dedicated to the live music industry held November 9-10 at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills.
Who says you can’t go home? Bon Jovi can and did on Saturday with at a live listening party for over 1,500 fans who won the chance to hear the band’s new album, This House is Not for Sale, at an intimate show at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, New Jersey.
Jon Bon Jovi has a lot of say but nothing to prove.That’s the message, expletive deleted, from a preview performance of his band’s vibrant upcoming album, “This House is Not for Sale,” Saturday, Oct. 1 at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank.
Attention, Target shoppers: Bon Jovi‘s new album will arrive at the retail giant in a special deluxe edition that includes three extra tracks.
Jon Bon Jovi has played for a lot of major audiences. But the Jersey rocker just booked a major gig on Sept. 19, when he will be honored and a featured performer at this year's Clinton Global Citizen Awards.
Bon Jovi have started leading up to their new This House Is Not for Sale record in earnest, with the debut of the album’s first single — and an official release date.