Bon Jovi
Bon Jovi is one of the most successful and popular American rock bands of their time. They’ve sold over 120 million albums worldwide and grossed over $1 billion in ticket sales. They got their start in New Jersey in 1986 with their first album, “Slippery When Wet" and its hit singles “You Give Love a Bad Name,” “Wanted Dead or Alive,” and “Living on a Prayer.” Since then, they have released twelve studio albums and stayed current with their unique pop metal sound.

In the first years of the 2010s, the members of Bon Jovi pursued solo projects, the most notable being Sambora's 2012 solo album, “Aftermath of the Lowdown." Several months after its release, Bon Jovi returned with “What About Now," their first album in four years. “What About Now” is the group’s fifth album to top the Billboard 200. This marks Bon Jovi’s 12th trip to that chart’s top ten. They performed “Because We Can” from their twelfth studio album, “What About Now," on "The Ellen Show" in April 2013.

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