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Review: Bon Jovi @ Plains of Abraham in Quebec City Summer Festival

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Was it because it was Richie Sambora's birthday or just because it was a beautiful summer evening on the Plains of Abraham that Jon Bon Jovi and his band had as much heart to the party Monday night The most anticipated concert of the Summer Festival of Quebec? One thing is certain, the party was in full swing and might never end, as the band - and especially Jon - was on fire and fit!

Opening the concert with the song Raise your Hands, the group has a second to lift the crowd, hands in the air, followed the instructions to the letter throughout the show. Richie Sambora, meanwhile, seemed genuinely happy to celebrate his birthday on stage.

Wearing a leather jacket bearing the image of the American flag, Jon Bon Jovi made its debut as a star, sunglasses on his face and guitar in hand.

"Are you with me? "He asked the crowd of fans finished, some of whom had waited since the doors open early in the morning. "Show me what you got," he added, as if it was not enough.

Between the old band's success - that plying his trade for over 30 years - such as You Give Love a Bad Name, I'll be There for You (magical moment: turn around and see the plains completely illuminated glow of cellular and lighters carried to heaven) and Runaway (thank you Jon for this nice guitar solo!) and his new compositions, we could sing "Happy Birthday" to Richie "still single", as Jon said, adding in joked: "I think I'll put Richie auction on E-Bay and sell it to the most beautiful girl in Quebec!"

We do not know if this is the most beautiful girl in Quebec who had the chance to kiss the very attractive Jon Bon Jovi when he descended into the crowd to sing Bad Medicine, but it is very likely that the lucky not sleep that night thinking back to that kiss cleverly flew sexy singer. Needless to say, it was hysteria in the crowd!

"A year ago that we found ourselves on stage but it's like riding a bike, we will deliver it and it comes back right away," said Jon before starting It's my life in front of a mob.

Bon Jovi has not forgotten any of his real success. And Jon certainly has not forgotten what it's like to be a rock star. Microphone stand into the air, swaying sexy and seductive, it was like to be mistaken with Jon Bon Jovi with long hair - mane and less - of the 80, either by letting the crowd sing for Dead or Alive, in playing the maracas like nobody else can do it while singing Keep the Faith, hopping like a young fool of Have a Nice Day and fun in the crowd on Bad Medicine.

"I hope you have as much fun as we here on stage," exclaimed Jon during the show. "You have to have fun, it's possible you know! ". And it is actually fun as a little crazy by singing a few times even with Old Time of Rock'n'Roll and Shout.

"Thank you all for being here! "Shouted Jon Bon Jovi in ​​the late evening. A Jon Bon Jovi who was not about to leave his fans singing the eternal Livin' on a prayer, causing a passing delirium simply total.


*Note:   the original article was written in French.  I thank Google Translate for the help in translating this to English.

Pictures to follow!!!



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