Does Bon Jovi doo it for yoo? Reviews
Description:Artist: Bon Jovi / Genre: Indie Rock & Punk
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by - written on 25/03/09 (Very useful, 177 readings)
I was browsing through the categories and reviews and came across this one and felt compelled to write about my love of one of the world's biggest rock bands. As some of you may know already if you have read my earlier reviews I am a huge fan of Bon Jovi. I have seen them live on 3 occasions and hopefully will see them again. The band are :- Jon Bon Jovi - vocals, guitar Richie Sambora - vocals, guitar David Bryan - keyboards, backing vocals Tico Torres - drums Hugh McDonald - Bass Bon Jovi have released numerous albums and singles during their decades-spanning career, but it is really the experience of seeing them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/00, updated on 08/08/00 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I first heard Bon Jovi around 18 years ago, when I was going to rock clubs, the first song I heard was "runaway" and I just loved it soo much!!, I bought their album eventually and then all the rest from there on. They produced brilliant singles, such as "wanted Dead or alive" and the wonderful living on a prayer. I also saw them live and would recommend them to anyone!! However as groups do they went quiet and started doing solo careers and films etc until now, Back with the excellent single " its my life" from the new album "crush". I think they have stood the test of time wonderfully and are still an excellent group ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/00, updated on 11/07/00 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Bon Jovi is what I call sing-along-a-rock. Jon will never be a true rock star while all the teeny boppers think of him as a hunk. Personally I think there's something a little sad about someone who has the Superman emblem tatooed on his arm. Still, this is suposed to be about Bon Jovi, not Jon Bon Jovi and the music is something I can't really fault. The band aren't really given enough consideration, and Jon has a great lead guitarist (Richie Sambora). There is no doubt that Bon Jovi have produced some timeless classics, and I haven't heard much of the latest album yet, but I expect there are some more to be found there too. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/00, updated on 05/10/00 (Useful, 12 readings)
I wasn't always that aware of Bon Jovi until about 10 years ago someone bought me a CD of theirs for a gift. It was the New Jersey Album. And I have been hooked ever since. I think they seem to be getting better. And I have all of their albums now. I have even managed to get my husband to like them. When we met he wouldn't have dreampt of listening to their music but after being bombared by me he now listens by choice. I get so fed up with fake put together groups. The type that are boy or girl bands who all end up together after auditions by some big company. Half the time they mime. Rarely they write their own stuff and they earn ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/00, updated on 20/09/00 (Useful, 23 readings)
I have been a fan of Bon Jovi for 16 years when I first heard Livin' on a prayer. I love the whole band and I have most of their albums. I believe that the songs get better. The new album Crush is fantastic!! Jon looks gorgeous with his short hair and they seem to have matured alot in their music and this is reflected in the songs. My fave is Say it isn't so . It is very much sing along rock and although I have not seen them in concert I have it on good authority that they blew Wembley away!! Although the band has been together for 20 years they still seem to bring out the best. I know that both Jon and Richie Sambora have gone into solo albums and Jon has also been in .. Read the complete review
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