Together and with The Power of We, we can start a revolution. One Soul at a time... ~Jon Bon Jovi *** There's a Story on every street corner, my friend. All you have to do is open your eyes... ~Richie Sambora

JACK-FM Interviews Richie...

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Richie has been a busy boy lately...

The Circle Tour hits Chicago’s Soldier Field for the SOLD OUT show on Friday, July 30th and the second show on Saturday, July 31st.

JACK FM’s Tanya talks with Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi about the current tour, playing “Livin’ On A Prayer”, what he likes about Chicago, how many guitars he brings with on tour, and more!  Click here to listen.

You can listen all day Monday and Tuesday to win tickets for the second show and enter here for another chance to win!


Lite Rock 105 Talks to Richie Sambora...

Lite Rock 105's Tony Bristol recently spoke with Richie Sambora from Bon Jovi!

Go here to  listen as Richie talks about the Greatest Hits, the Tour, White Trash Beautiful and more!


Backstage PreSales...


We are excited to be able to offer you Backstage JBJ Pre-Sales and VIP Packages for Bon Jovi's upcoming performances in Mexico City and Sao Paulo!

Beginning Monday, July 26th, at 7 PM Local Venue Time, members of Backstage JBJ will have access to purchase Pre-Sale Tickets and Packages for the following shows:

Date                            Location                             Venue
Sept. 24, 2010             Mexico City, Mexico            Foro Sol
Oct. 6, 2010                Sao Paulo, Brazil                  Estadio do Morumbi

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We are also excited to offer you Backstage JBJ Pre-Sales and VIP Packages for Bon Jovi's newly added December shows in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia!

Beginning Tuesday, July 27th, at 10 AM Local Venue Time, members of Backstage JBJ will have access to purchase Pre-Sale Tickets and Packages for the following shows:

Date                         Location                          Venue
Dec. 10, 2010           Melbourne, Australia         Rod Laver Arena
Dec. 19, 2010           Syndey, Australia              Sydney Football Stadium

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How To Get Your Exclusive Tickets

To purchase Backstage JBJ Pre-Sale Tickets and VIP Packages:

1. Join or log in to Backstage JBJ
2. Go to the Pre-Sales tab or the VIP Packages tab at the Tour page
3. Click the "Buy Pre-Sale Tickets" link or the "Buy VIP Packages link" for the event of your choice at the time the Pre-Sale or Reserved Ticket sale begins. You may pre-register for all tickets except Backstage JBJ Crush and Bounce VIP Packages.


We are now offering a new Fan Club Trip Package to Sydney, Australia! Available NOW, Backstage JBJ members can purchase a package to Sydney that includes a ticket to ALL THREE Sydney shows on December 17, 18, and 19!

DECEMBER 16-20, 2010
Available for Purchase Now

# Four-night hotel accommodations at the Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach
# Welcome cocktail party
# Tickets to the BON JOVI concerts on December 17th, 18th, and 19th
# Specially designed tour credential
# Daily Breakfast
# Gala pre-show poolside cocktail reception
# Bon Jovi memorabilia on display during the party
# Fully escorted by our staff

# OPTIONAL: airfare available departing from any city across America. Includes round trip airport transfers.

Previously offered Sydney packages still available that include one show or two shows only. For more details on all three the packages and how to order, please visit


The packages above are available to Backstage JBJ Fan Club members only. Don't miss out on fantastic travel packages, exclusive access to tickets, content, and more... join Backstage JBJ today at

**Backstage JBJ Fan Club Pre-Sale Ticketing Terms**

Tickets are non-transferable. There is a maximum limit of two (2) or four (4) tickets per Backstage member, depending on price level. Tickets either being shipped or held at Backstage JBJ Fan Club will call, depending on seat location. Purchase your tickets as soon as possible because quantities are limited. Pre-sale will end when allotment is exhausted or at the pre-sale End Time determined by management (End Time subject to change). Tickets will go on sale to the general public for Mexico City on July 28, for Sao Paulo on August 2nd and for Australia on August 3rd.

Sparkart Group, Inc., ConcertMaps, LLC, Bon Jovi, Jon Bon Jovi Fan Club, Inc., Backstage with Jon Bon Jovi, and their respective affiliates (collectively, "Sponsors") make no guarantees that tickets will be available to every or any user or member of a fan club or other site or service. Any available tickets will be made available to fan club members on a first-come, first-serve basis for select performances only, and Sponsors do not represent or warrant that tickets will be available for every concert or event date, or for every user or member. Ticket pre-sale and on-sale dates and times are subject to change or cancellation without notice. Sponsors make no guarantees with respect to the availability of tickets nor do the Sponsors make any warranties or representations with respect to any tickets received. All events a re subject to cancellation or postponement without notice. Only in the case of show cancellation, only the face value of the ticket will be refunded. Any and all premiums, convenience fees, shipping, handling, and other fees will not be refunded under any circumstance. Please consult with the applicable venue for seating information prior to purchase and for any changes to the show schedule.

VIP PACKAGE TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Purchasing a pair of two (2) non-front row VIP packages or one (1) front row VIP package guarantees you two (2) adjacent seats in the row purchased. Merchandise items as displayed on The Latin America Backstage JBJ VIP page and The Australia Backstage JBJ VIP page that are included in the Backstage VIP packages will be sent approximately 2 to 3 weeks before the applicable event date or will be available for pickup at the venue the day of the show. All Backstage JBJ VIP programs and merchandise may vary and are subject to modification or substitution at any time without notice. VIP packages are non-refundable. If you are in a wheelchair or need handicap access, you agree to directly contact us within a week after making your purchase so that we may make the proper arrangements. Please note all packages are non-transferable and no will call name changes will be permitted. Parking may not be available at any particular venue. Commemorative VIP laminates are for commemorative purposes only. The VIP laminate does not gain or authorize access into the venue or any VIP or backstage area.



Rocker With Soul Adds Heart To Melbourne Football Fans

While his blonde locks and slick rock moves have made him a pop superstar, Jon Bon Jovi’s latest visit to Melbourne resonates with the lyrics of his monster hit, “Living on a Prayer” as he aims to give something special to the battlers among his legion of loyal followers.

In announcing his new role as #1 International Ticket Holder for Melbourne’s new A League side, Melbourne Heart FC, Bon Jovi has decided to keep the faith with those who don’t enjoy his rock star good fortune and to make his association “mean something real to the fans”.

Bon Jovi has purchased 4 premium memberships to the Heart and will donate the prized seats for each home game at AAMI Park to football fans who don’t have the financial means to be able to afford to watch their favourite sport in the atmosphere of a live arena.

A lifelong sports fan, Bon Jovi was involved until recently in the AFL – not our AFL – but the Arena Football League in the US as one of the owners of professional arena (indoor) football team, The Philadelphia Soul. Obviously keen to score the poetic sporting quinella, his new partnership, dare we say it, adds Heart to his Soul.

While he’ll be filling seats on his sell out Australian concert tour later this year, Jon Bon Jovi decided on an original take on the favoured ticketholder role and is hoping to fill some seats at the Heart’s new home with fans who share his passion for sport but who wouldn’t normally get anywhere near the VIP seats.

As he explained: “I like to think I pour my heart into whatever I do, so supporting Melbourne Heart FC seemed pretty natural, but I wanted to see if I could share that feeling a little….especially with Heart fans that maybe have the heart, but not the opportunity to show their support.”

With record sales in excess of 130 million worldwide, a second career as a movie and TV actor and as an inductee of the American Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, Jon Bon Jovi’s fame Is highly visible. Less well know is his long involvement with a range of philanthropic causes including his own Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation.

Bon Jovi’s charity involvements and fundraising efforts particularly focus on building homes and access to opportunity for the poor, homeless or displaced, and his initiative to bring deserving Melbourne Heart FC fans to the game they love reflects his ongoing work.

Details on how fans can apply to use the Bon Jovi VIP tickets will be available from Monday on



Friday Funnies...

Friday, July 23, 2010


Bon Voyage...

There’s arena rock and then there’s Bon Jovi.

Bon Jovi doesn’t play arenas anymore. It plays football stadiums - including Gillette Stadium Saturday night.

Which, when things go well, is where you end up after 28 years and 3,500 shows..

“Or some crazy amount like that,” guitarist Richie Sambora, 51, said before Bon Jovi’s show at Toronto’s 55,000-capacity Rogers Centre earlier this week. “I don’t know if anybody has comprehensively toured as much as we have.”

But the band, led by singer Jon Bon Jovi, hasn’t forgotten its New Jersey club roots. “After all these years, we know how to make a stadium an intimate place,” Sambora said. “I don’t think we’ve ever had a bad show.

Bon Jovi - which also includes keyboardist David Bryan, drummer Tico Torres and, since 1994, bassist Hugh McDonald - has sold 120 million albums. The band had a No. 1 country hit in 2006 with “Who Says You Can’t Go Home,” a duet with Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles. Their 11th studio album, “The Circle,” debuted at No. 1 last year. And they’re now deep into a 150-show tour.

“When I walk onstage and I look down and see my shadow,” Sambora said, “I say to myself, ‘Well, it’s pretty good to be me.’ I look up and there’s 55,000 people staring at me enjoying my songs. I do this all over the whole world. I’ve got the best partner and frontman in the business.

“Besides having one of the biggest bands on the planet, Jon and I were just in the gym and we’re looking at each other going, ‘Man, we’re still having fun. Everything’s really cool.’ ”

Herald: The concert business is in dire straits and big acts are scrapping tours, canceling arena gigs, but not you.

Sambora: We’re adding shows all over the world. We’re on cloud nine, man. The way the climate is in the touring business now, it’s amazing. We work as hard as we can every day, all the time. We still don’t take a bit of this for granted.

What’s your take on the continued success?

It’s the people. Not only that, it’s our own challenge to ourselves. Honestly when you get to do what we do at this level - to do what you love to do and make money - it’s extraordinary. There’s an internal challenge that we all bring to the party. It’s about bringing your heart and soul and leaving everything up there on the stage every night. You’re here. Let’s bring it. That’s been our attitude.

Did you have arena-sized ambitions from the get-go?

When we were young, we had a plan that we were going to be able to play everywhere. Of course you have the big ambitions, but nobody could have dreamed this big, or for this long. Frankly though, when we were making “Slippery When Wet,” we knew we had a couple of hits. When Jon and I wrote “Wanted Dead or Alive,” “Livin’ on a Prayer” and “You Give Love a Bad Name,” we looked at each other and said, “Yeah, we can work this.”

You’ve sold millions of records, but have never been a critic’s darling.

Ah, we’re an American rock ’n’ roll band. We just are who we are. We’ve never been a critic’s band, but “The Circle” got amazing reviews and the live shows are getting amazing reviews. So everything comes around.

It seems with “The Circle” there’s a bit more grit and reflection. Any thoughts?

It really constitutes a lot of different things. It constitutes growing up. It’s always relying on your influences and rediscovering what your roots are. We’re on a constant quest for evolution. There’s a populist, working-class ethic to it. Jon and I have probably written close to 500 songs, and you draw a lot from what’s happening in the culture and what’s happening in the world. “The Circle” couldn’t have been written at a different time. Those songs were written about how people were feeling about the economic crunch. It’s not a political album per se, but it’s an album about how people were reacting to what was happening in the world. It was right at the time of the election and a lot of people had a lot of hope that Obama was gonna get elected. There’s a string of hope that goes through those songs and there was a string of doubt, a lot of different emotions.

What’s your writing process?

Jon and I write very simply. We start out with a conversation about what we’re feeling. It’s spontaneous combustion. It’s always in the moment and we’re always in the same room with a couple of guitars or a piano. If you can sell it with a guitar and voice, that’s the way we base it.

Bon Jovi, with Kid Rock and Mission Hill, at Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Saturday. Tickets: $12.50-$1,875; 508-543-1776.



New Merch Available...

Thursday, July 22, 2010

The Bon Jovi Online Store has some new shirts and bundles...

Go check out the store for all the new and not so new goodies!


The Circle goes Platinum!

As posted on Facebook last night...

Bon Jovi Last night in Toronto Bon Jovi's The Circle album was certified platinum! Thanks to all the fans who got us here! This is a great honor and achievement!

Congratulations guys, we knew you could do it!


More Shows Down Under...

New Bon Jovi Shows Announced!

If you were one of the unlucky Bon Jovi fans to miss out on tickets to their Sydney and Melbourne concerts later this year, cheer up because the American rock giants are giving you a second chance!

Due to popular demand the Jov have announced two final shows in both those cities.

The dates are:
December 10 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
December 19 - Sydney Football Stadium

Promoter Paul Dainty told Triple M's Hot Breakfast: "We tried everything to get a second show at Etihad [in Melbourne] but physically getting 36 trucks of gear up to Brisbane in 48 hours from Melbourne was an impossibility."

"[Bon Jovi] came back to me and said 'we don't care, you find a solution to do a second show'. And as luck would have it the Friday night was available the night at Rod Laver.

"So I told [Bon Jovi] about that and they said 'go for it, we wanna do it'. So they're going to fly into Melbourne a day earlier and free up a whole lot of demand that's out there."

And get this, if you get your hands on tickets to this show, you’ll be able to say you saw Bon Jovi in Melbourne first as it's scheduled for Dec 10!

How good is that?

Promoters say these shows will definitely be the last chance to see Bon Jovi live on this tour.

Tickets for the new shows go on sale on Tuesday August 3.



Review - Bon Jovi @ Rogers Centre, Toronto 7/20/10

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Toronto crowd sings for Bon Jovi

Oh, what that million-watt smile can get away with.

Jon Bon Jovi exercised his considerable charm over the predominantly female crowd Tuesday night at the Rogers Centre for the first of two shows, and truth be told, all he had to do was flash his pearly whites and the partisan crowd was putty in his hands.

“Finish the song!” he yelled during the end of the anthemic “You Give Love a Bad Name,” and the audience of about 30,000 complied by singing the final line. “Are you with me out there?” he cried after a spirited coda of “Old Time Rock and Roll” — the Bob Seger “jukebox” classic he conveniently segued into from “Bad Medicine” so he could bring out opening act Kid Rock for a guest vocal — and then wiggled his fingers to coax more volume from the cheering throng.

“I’m going to take every request I can here over the next two nights,” he promised. “Anything you need from me I’m right here, pleasing to serve.”

Again, the smile, and you could audibly hear hearts in the audience racing at the prospect.

Whether or not he actually received any requests is moot, because, contrived or not, Bon Jovi delivered exactly what the faithful expected; a driving two-hour show of his melodramatic against-all-odds melodic rock and roll; wall-to-wall hits culled from 11 studio albums that have sold more than 130 million collective copies around the world.

Handsome visage aside, he knows how to work his peeps, even if some of the performance tricks he employed have largely been copped by New Jersey’s other famous son, Bruce Springsteen — the egging on of the crowd, and the building of momentum through different dynamic levels, especially effective Tuesday night on “Love Is the Only Rule.”

Only Bon Jovi inflates the odds in his favour to larger-than-life stature: when he does something, he goes big.

Aided and abetted by a gigantic half-moon screen that alternately offered incredible split-screen visuals (sometimes there were as many as five Bon Jovis at once — a schoolgirl’s dream) and bright spotlights, the music and the effects dwarfed the cavernous Rogers Centre, although if intimacy was the desired effect, the setting failed miserably.

But Jon Bon Jovi and his cohorts, including Richie Sambora, never faltered in their determination to entertain.

Kid Rock got the party started with a boisterous hour of no-holds-barred rock and roll that proved he was literally a man of many hats. He donned the fedora for such hits as “All Summer Long,” the cowboy hat when he leaned country for “Picture,” and a baseball cap when he took up the drums for “Cat Scratch Fever.”

Of course, there were plenty of flames and fireworks: you can never have too much heat at a rock ’n’ roll concert.



How Hot is it...

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Just a little something that made me laugh today when I found it in my inbox...


Bon Jovi Coming to Chile...

Monday, July 19, 2010

Bon Jovi's "Circle" in Santiago

Jon Bon Jovi and his quintet will have the National Stadium in Nunoa re-opened to major events on October 1st as part of Bon Jovi’s new full-length CD ‘The Circle’. Chile’s concert will be part of the band’s worldwide tour, which will also hit Brazil and Argentina.

The last time the legendary rock band performed in Chile, 65,000 fans gathered to shout out at Bon Jovi’s anthem ‘Living on a Prayer’ 17 years ago. At least 45,000 fans are expected to await the quintet on October 1st to sing along to the band’s new hits.

Touring worldwide for now more than 26 years, save for a first hiatus in the early 1990′s and a second one in the early 2000′s, Bon Jovi has played in more 50 countries and attended more than 2,600 venues. The band touring revenues last year ranked ninth amongst the most prolific of all.

Some worries arose that Bon Jovi’s lead-singer and namesake Jon Bon Jovi would not be able to attend the ‘Circle Tour’ after he sustained a torn calf muscle on Friday July 9th during a concert at the band’s hometown New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. However an official statement from the band confirmed two days later that no venue would be canceled.



Story Update...

A new chapter of Sweet Dreams has been posted for your reading pleasure.



Hola Mexico City...



Rock Icons Bon Jovi return to Mexico City for a massive concert as part of “The Circle Tour” - currently the number one tour in the world! After several years, Mexican fans will have the opportunity to see Bon Jovi live at Foro Sol on Friday, September 24th.

Bon Jovi have established themselves as one of the world's most dynamic live rock acts, While other artists of their generation slow down, the New Jersey natives are hitting their peak. They are ranked as Billboard's #1 top-selling tour of 2008 worldwide, and have recently released the album The Circle, which debuted at #1 around the world.

With over 120 million albums sold, countless awards and stellar stadium shows year after year, Bon Jovi have little more to conquer. The band has performed more than 2,600 concerts in over 50 countries for more than 34 million fans. Bon Jovi are at their best when they are on the move and that is truer now than ever before.

Tickets will go on sale on July 26 and 27 for Banamex card holders and on July 28 for general public. To buy tickets please go directly to any of Ticketmaster outlets: Mix Up, Discolandia, Liverpool, Gandhi, on the phone number 5325 9000 and online at



Review: Bon Jovi, Canad Inns Stadium, Winnipeg 7-17-10

Sunday, July 18, 2010

With a thunderstorm warning, rain and lightning strikes Saturday afternoon, Bon Jovi's concert could have been slippery and wet.

Concert organizers were living on prayers throughout the day and they were answered right before the show's 7 p.m. start time. The storm shifted, the weather warnings were called off and the rain stopped.

"Brothers and sisters, there's only one way to hold off the rain tonight -- scream!" frontman Jon Bon Jovi urged following a slight drizzle.

The crowd complied, and so did the weather -- even Mother Nature has a crush on Jon Bon Jovi.

She would have fit in perfectly, then, with the adoring crowd of 40,000 who packed Canad Inns Stadium for the New Jersey pop-rock band's stop as part of their tour in support of their new album, The Circle.

To call the album mediocre would be generous, so they wisely offered up a career retrospective over the course of their two-hour and 15 minute, 22-song set instead of focusing strictly on the new songs.

"Winnipeg, it's Saturday night. This isn't television, baby. Get out of your seats, get out of your seats, get out of your seats!" the vocalist urged before the band kicked into You Give Love a Bad Name, which got everyone on their feet and singing along.

The fact the 1986 smash was played three songs in is a testament to just how many singles Bon Jovi has. The band -- Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora, drummer Tico Torres, keyboardist David Bryan, bassist Hugh McDonald and an additional guitarist -- sprinkled mega-hits with lesser numbers in a perfectly paced set. Newer songs like Lost Highway, Whole Lotta Leaving and We Weren't Born to Follow were mixed between older favourites like Born to Be My Baby, Bad Medicine, Lay Your Hands On Me and It's My Life.

There's no denying they have perfected a formula that resonates with a large number of people. (There must be a bit of paranoia running throughout the Bon Jovi camp, though, because stadium staff were confiscating the caps from pop bottles so they couldn't be thrown at the band.)

These guys know how to work a crowd, too. Even when they turned the giant video screen behind them into a jukebox and delivered snippets of Pretty Woman and Shout, the entire audience was jumping in unison with their hands in the air.

The frontman wasn't jumping as high as he usually does because of a torn calf muscle suffered during a show last weekend, but other than a slight limp, you couldn't tell the 48-year-old heartthrob was injured.

His leg didn't prevent him from taking advantage of the band's massive setup, either. The stage was a giant semi-circle with the backdrop serving as a huge video screen, dwarfing two smaller screens on either side of the stage. Fans who paid a premium were seated in a sectioned-off area right up front in the middle of a semi-circular catwalk that extended about 25 rows into the crowd.

The frontman got up close and personal during the ballad Bed of Roses -- another sing-along that had the cellphones and lighters out. He was joined by Sambora for the tearjerker/wedding song I'll be There for You.

After the main set limped to a close with When We Were Beautiful, Work for the Working Man and Have a Nice Day, the band returned to finish things off with the Slippery When Wet favourites Wanted Dead or Alive and Livin' on a Prayer, sending the liquored-up crowd home happy.

Prior to Bon Jovi, Detroit rabble rouser Kid Rock showed off his different musical personalities with a fun 55-minute set that incorporated gospel, soul, hip-hop, rock, metal, piano ballads and country.

Decked out in a baby blue jacket and matching fedora, the man born Robert James Richie took to the stage to the strains of the gospel-tinged Rock 'N' Roll Jesus and instantly had the crowd on his side.

He offered up some southern rock on Never Met a Motherf--ker Quite Like Me, got funky on a cover of Sly and the Family Stone's Everyday People, coaxed the sun out with the hick-hop of Cowboy and had the crowd swaying and singing along to the crossover ballad Picture.

He got the biggest cheers for the anthem All Summer Long, a mashup of Warren Zevon's Werewolves of London and Lynyrd Skynyrd's Sweet Home Alabama, which was one of the best singles of 2008.

City singer-songwriter Sierra Noble and her four-piece band gathered under large umbrellas as they opened the show with a half-hour set of mellow folk and roots rock that was a sharp contrast to the headliners. The low-key set picked up when she pulled out her fiddle for an energetic jig that got some fans hooting and clapping along.

Noble won a contest to open for Bon Jovi. Winnipeg indie-rockers Enjoy Your Pumas will open for the band in Regina on July 28.



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