Back in 1977, the Sex Pistols dedicated their raucous kiss-off song "EMI" to the record company that dropped them. Graham Parker skewered his former label in 1979's "Mercury Poisoning." Now Bon Jovi joins the ranks of the wronged with Burning Bridges, the band's 13th and final studio album for Mercury Records.
When Jon Bon Jovi titled his latest single “We Don’t Run,” he couldn’t have known it would take on new meaning in Vancouver.
The reaction to Thursday morning’s announcement by Bon Jovi’s management team that the Vancouver concert will go on at Rogers Arena has been largely positively received.
The Vancouver company behind this weekend’s cancelled Jon Bon Jovi concert has filed for bankruptcy, casting blame on the rock star’s management for refusing a postponed show.
Richie Sambora still has a “never say never” attitude toward the idea of reuniting with Bon Jovi, but fans shouldn’t expect it to happen anytime soon.
August 21, 2015 will see the release of Burning Bridges, the first effort of Bon Jovi‘s post-Richie Sambora era. Today, we’re starting to learn a bit more about the album and the first two singles that will arrive within the next month, but there are still several unanswered questions.