12/18/10

Bon Jovi: Please stand for the playing of our National Anthem.

GUH, just GUH.

What a great Set list they got last night in Sydney.  And they Got Wanted with Mr Sambora on lead for the 2nd verse.

Totally fantastic and I am way jealous.  I hope they bring this spirit back with them to the states.

Bon Jovi: Run Run Rudolph

From last night (or is it this morning?) in Sydney.

Bon Jovi: Richie's Rig

This guy in Melbourne got a close up tour of Richie's Rig, go over and check it out here

If your a guitar geek this type of stuff is for you.










Bon Jovi: Cool News for DirecTV subscribers

Guess what I'll be watching on Christmas day, need to make sure I have this channel.


Beginning Christmas Day, DIRECTV Customers Can See Music Legends like Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, Tom Jones, Brian May, Paolo Nutini, and Many More, in 3D Exclusively on n3D ™, Powered by Panasonic

n3D ™ to Also Air Exclusive 3D Broadcast Premiere of Bon Jovi's Latest Music Video 'What Do You Got' and Behind-the-Scenes Footage and Interviews, Beginning this Month

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Dec. 17, 2010 — Tear the wrapping paper off those new 3DTV's because on Christmas day, DIRECTV is bringing Britain's rock royalty to the U.S. with the exclusive broadcast of The Prince's Trust Rock Gala 2010 in 3D. The two-part concert series, shot at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England, last month, will be available on DIRECTV's 3D channel, n3D™, powered by Panasonic (channel 103).

The Prince's Trust Rock Gala 2010, a charity event that brings music legends together to support young people in the U.K., features memorable performances by Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor performing with Keane's frontman Tom Chaplin, and Alison Moyet singing with Jamie Cullum. In addition, customers will be able to hear classic hits like "Heat Wave" and "Can't Buy Me Love" performed by Phil Collins; "Rocking Chair" and "Same Old Blues" performed by Eric Clapton; and "Days of our Lives" and "We Will Rock You" by Queen. The two-part concert series will premiere in 3D on n3D™, powered by Panasonic, on Dec. 25, beginning at 8 p.m. ET/PT. In addition, DIRECTV will also offer the 2D version of this concert series on The 101® Network, beginning Dec. 31.

"This is a phenomenal opportunity to see a variety of A-list musicians performing together for a great cause," said Chris Long, senior vice president of DIRECTV Entertainment. "The stunning scenery of London's Royal Albert Hall combined with the robust list of musical performances, all produced with the latest technology, makes this a 3D event that can't be missed."

The Prince's Trust Rock Gala 2010 will also feature performances by Tom Jones, Paolo Nutini, Jools Holland, Mark King, Status Quo, Paloma Faith, James "Midge" Ure, Tom Chaplin and more.

In addition to the Gala, n3D, powered by Panasonic, will air the exclusive 3D broadcast premiere of Bon Jovi's new music video, "What Do You Got." The feature will also include behind-the-scenes footage and an interview with Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, which was filmed at the Best Buy Theater in New York City.

n3D is currently offering a variety of 3D music programming, including the exclusive, original series Guitar Center Sessions, which is now featuring intimate, acoustic performances by Peter Gabriel, Jane's Addiction, Buddy Guy and The Cult. Throughout the holiday season, n3D will also air Macy's Presents Jessica Simpson: Happy Christmas Special.

n3D, powered by Panasonic, is available at no additional cost to millions of DIRECTV HD customers. In addition to exclusive 3D coverage of special events such as the 2010 MLB All-Star Game and the 2010 U.S. Open Tennis Championship, n3D customers also have access to exclusive, original 3D programming such as Guy's Big Bite in 3D and Guitar Center Sessions. n3D and DIRECTV CINEMA's 3D offerings are all powered by Panasonic.

DIRECTV HD customers received a free software upgrade that enables them to have access to the 3D channels on DIRECTV. DIRECTV HD customers will need a 3D television set and 3D glasses to view 3D programming on DIRECTV. For more information on n3D™, powered by Panasonic, or DIRECTV CINEMA™, please visit www.DIRECTV.com/3D or www.DIRECTV.com/cinema.

12/16/10

Bon Jovi: Sitting on Jon's Face

BEST TITLE EVER!!!  Ah yes many of my Gutter Girl friends would like that.  But a woman actually had Jon's face tattooed on her butt and not she sits on he face....

Why wouldn't she have it tattooed on her Labia Majoria?  I mean the butt seems kind of mean...

Post by: Dave-O 17 December, 2010 - 8:44 AM

For Jon Bon Jovi reaching people is a part of his job. But there must be a point when it comes to the millions of fans he meets on the road where he goes 'okay, alright, that's a little bit crazy'. Like getting a tattoo of Jon on your back?



Photo: Triple M

An English lass named Lucy is one of Bon Jovi's biggest fans. And as you can see in the photo that Triple M's Byron Cooke found on her Twitter account, words are not enough to express her love for the Jov. Instead, she got a pictures of Jon's face inked on her back. If this doesn't faze Jon we'll be well impressed.

"Well I wouldn't have done it," says Jon. "But I can one-up you. I was backstage with the director of the movie Moonlight And Valentino that I did and he brought back his nanny and she says 'I'd like to show you a tattoo'.

"She starts to unbutton her drawers, and on her rear-end was a picture like that and she looked me in the eye and [said] 'I get to sit on your face every night'.

"I went 'Wow, nice to meet ya!' I haven't seen the director either since… there's a restraining order against both of them."

The English aren't the only ones keen to fly the Bon Jovi colours. Judging by our Bon Jovi's Biggest Fans photo gallery the Aussies also have a healthy and very passionate love for the Jov.

Bon Jovi: Bon Jovi Rock Star City

Jon & Russel Crowe together....  OH *swoon*!  I love Russell he's a great actor.  Go watch Gladiator a few times...  GUH!  The 2 of them together.  Sweet Merciful Hey-soos.


Kathy McCabe From: The Daily Telegraph December 16, 2010 12:00AM

Jon Bon Jovi wears Souths jersey
The rocker returned onstage at Star City for an encore sporting a South Sydney Rabbitohs jersey


Star-studded ... Jon Bon Jovi with Russell Crowe at last night's concert.

JON Bon Jovi was the preacher at a rock and roll revival show last night relaunching Star City as one of Sydney's premiere entertainment venues.

With his spirit fingers punching the air, the frontman had the majority of the crowd on their feet for the band's entire 75 minute set - with the only exception being the older members of the celebrity-studded audience who needed to rest their legs.

It was a searing performance which rocked from the moment they took the stage and was greeted by the kind of screaming which would drown out a Justin Bieber crowd.

"This is not TV - get up out of your seats," Bon Jovi demanded, flashing that brilliant white smile.

You Give Love a Bad Name, It's my Life, Keep the Faith, Wanted Dead or Alive, Livin' on a Prayer and Bad Medicine prompted massive shout-a-longs from a crowd who knew every word.

Covers of Pretty Woman and Shout were extra bonuses in the hit-laden set.

Souths owner Russell Crowe pulled off a marketing coup, convincing the US superstar to wear a Rabbitohs jersey for the encore of his gig.

Crowe's Souths chief executive Shane Richardson confirmed that the super group's lead singer had joined the club as an ordinary member on Tuesday.

"Russell you got me to ear your team's jersey," Bon Jovi said, just after closing out the show with his version of Johnny O'Keefe's Shout.

The pressure is now on for a band who commands the world's biggest arenas, to bottle the energy they harnessed during last night's gig and translate that to their three night stand at the Sydney Football Stadium starting tomorrow evening.

Here are some pictures from the event:






12/14/10

Bon Jovi: Obama taps Jon Bon Jovi for new advisory board

By Ed O'Keefe

Rocker Jon Bon Jovi. (Skip Bolen Photo)

Looks like all those years of performing for Democratic candidates has paid off: President Obama is tapping rocker Jon Bon Jovi to serve on a new presidential advisory council.

The White House announced Tuesday that Bon Jovi (or is it just Jovi?) will join the new 25-member White House Council for Community Solutions, a panel established to provide advice on "the best ways to mobilize citizens, nonprofits, businesses and government to work more effectively together to solve specific community needs."

The 2009 Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act established the panel, which also includes eBay CEO John Donahoe and Starbucks Vice President Paula Boggs and Rockefeller Foundation President Judith Rodin.

Jovi, the formerly big-haired rocker, is a well-known Democratic Party supporter who once made a cameo in support of fictional Democratic presidential candidate Matthew Santos on NBC's "West Wing."

More recently, Bon Jovi performed at Obama's inaugural concert and promoted the Obama administration's United We Serve initiative during his recent world tour.

But, on a serious note, the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation has partnered with public and private organizations to help combat homelessness. The efforts have yielded more than 260 units of affordable housing for low income individuals and families, according to his spokeswoman.

Obama has tapped several other celebrities to serve on presidential commissions and councils. Yo-Yo Ma and Sarah Jessica Parker are on the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities, for example.

Bonjovi.com has a full write up in case you're like me and don't know who any of these people are.
I've put behind the cut for length.

Bon Jovi: Join Oprah

I must say not a big Oprah fan. She's never been on at a time when I can watch her.

So she's in Australia in a trip funded by the Australian People.  And she's got guests down there like Jay-Z, oooh lots of soccer Mom's know him since he's been on her show before and is married to Beyonce.  I bet they don't know that he was a crack dealer once upon a time....

WTF is Oprah wearing?  Is that like an Orange Ballgown?  The color looks good on her, but a floor length dress in the summer?  I don't think she's in the WTB demographic.

And is Jon the only man on Earth who can rock the white t-shirt with the black vest and still look good, or am I biased? 

And why does it look like the photographer put Vaseline on the lens?  All the pictures have this slightly out of focus quality. 


By Paul Cashmere

Bon Jovi and Jay-Z were two of the guests on the first Oprah Winfrey Show filmed at the Sydney Opera House this morning (December 14, 2010).

Bon Jovi performed two songs ‘Living On A Prayer’ and ‘Its My Life’ before Jon joined the Big O to talk about his 25 years of touring down under.

Jay-Z talked about his visit to a Sydney boys school this week where he jammed with the students. Oprah went to his show with U2 in Sydney last night.

The first of the Oprah shows also featured Russell Crowe and Bindi Irwin, daughter of the late Steve Irwin.

A second show is being filmed this afternoon. More on that later.


And here are some pictures:































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