All good things must come to an end. Once thought as inseparable, Jon Bon Jovi is now working on a new album without his buddy Richie Sambora, while the guitarist is making strides with Orianthi.
Jon Bon Jovi has won a squeaker over Bruce Springsteen for the title of favorite Jersey rocker in a poll of readers of app.com, the Web site of the Asbury Park Press.
The Swedish dance producer Avicii exists near the top of the EDM pyramid; he’s popular enough that he can play arenas and have things like this happen.
Dolly Parton releases her 42nd album, Blue Smoke, on May 13, and one song on the track list might surprise you: a cover of Bon Jovi’s 1988 hit “Lay Your Hands on Me.”
According to BillBoard Bon Jovi has been listed to be the #1 on Top 25 Tours of 2013. With total gross of $205,158,370 BonJovi is in front of Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, The Rolling Stones, Depeche Mode, Paul McCartney and many others. The total attendance of 90 BonJovi shows is 2,178,170. All shows have been sold out.