Jon Bon Jovi talked about his plans for the year in an interview, reported BBC News on March 11. Jon talked about the world tour this year following the debut of his new single, “Because We Can.”
The ‘80s rock star has captivated multiple generations of fans over his 30 year singing career; he’s preparing for a grueling world tour again.
“There are those who seek that spotlight and are partners in it. And there are those who seek not to and I’m one of those," Bon Jovi explained when asked if he craves the spotlight of fame.
When asked about a reality show in the future, the rock star quickly shot it down laughingly, “Jesus Lord no. Yeah, that day ain’t com’in.”
The 51-year-old lead singer and his band earned their way up to four number-one songs in the ‘80s, “You Give Love a Bad Name,” “Living on a Prayer,” “Bad Medicine” and “I’ll Be There For You” on the Billboard’s Hot 100.
Jon Bon Jovi will begin the “What About Now” world tour with his fellow band mates Richie Sambora, Tico Tores and David Bryan whom have known one another for decades.
Are you planning to see Bon Jovi at concert this year?
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