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Bon Jovi’s Classic Album is 28 Today

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Raise Your Hands! Bon Jovi are celebrating the anniversary of their first no.1 album. After nearly three decades, line-up issues and a few haircuts...

Sambora Keeps The Faith For Bon Jovi Reunion

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Richie Sambora has hinted he hopes to rejoin Bon Jovi in the future. The lead guitarist, who co-wrote many Bon Jovi hits...

Bon Jovi – New Jersey

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New Jersey is the fourth studio album by the American rock band Bon Jovi, It was released on 19 September 1988...

Sambora ‘Says Goodbye’ To $2 Mill A Month..

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According to a report from RumorFix.com, Richie Sambora has been fired from Bon Jovi. Sambora, who backed off the band's current world tour after the band's...

Keep The Faith – Richie Will Return

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Bon Jovi has been having an excellent year. The group is currently the top grossing act of the year with over €130...

Sambora Speaks Up.. Finally!

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“My opinion is Jon wants to see if he can pull off stadiums by himself,” Richie Sambora has decided to speak up about...

Sambora Saga Continues…

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Guitarist will not appear on the European or South African legs of the band's world tour. "Due to a personal matter, Richie Sambora will not be performing on the European and South African leg of the tour. All shows will go on as scheduled...

Bon Jovi Speaks Out

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Singer says Sambora is "still a member of the band"

Bon Jovi addressed the question of Richie Sambora during a talk with TV host Ellen on April 23.

When asked about Sambora's status within the band, Bon Jovi hesitantly replied with "Okay...well...all I can say is that, honest to God, it’s a personal matter, but we love him very much and he’s absolutely still a member of the band.”

The frontman was also quizzed on the band's 30 year history and their ongoing success. Describing himself as "blessed" to have been in the business for so many years. "We like each other, I think that was really the key," he said. "We all had to have a lot of give and take, you had to go through some ups and downs. In the big picture you had to really like each other so you could go to work.”

Bon Jovi took time to promote the band's new app, which aims to help re-embrace innovative album artwork.

You can see a clip from his interview below, along with his live performance of "Who Says You Can't Go Home."





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