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Jon se livre

3 Février 2015, 11:59am

Publié par Nadinejovi

Un lien bien sympa sur youtube qui nous explique le départ de Richie, le futur du groupe


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Jon et son papa en cuisine

3 Février 2015, 11:54am

Publié par Nadinejovi

Jon se met à la cuisine.... pourquoi pas


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Richie de retour?

3 Février 2015, 11:49am

Publié par Nadinejovi


Bon Jovi To Tour On 2015 With Richie Sambora? Fans Rejoice For Reunion Of Band On Stage

By Nate Mardukas | November 18, 2014 09:57 PM EST

One good cause had Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora reconcile. Who would have thought that the recent Ice Bucket Challenge awareness would possibly give Bon Jovi fans a glimpse of the past in the future with a reunion of the two former bandmates?

In the recent trend, frontman of the band challenged the former guitarist to do the challenge that was accepted, reportedly made it the first time since the "break up" for the two men to talk to each other (somehow) again.

Watch the video here.

Guitarist Richie Sambora quit the band on 2013 after getting a decision to continue with the tour last year or leave.

"The Bon Jovi machine had to go on. I could choose - join or leave. That's hard when you share joys and sorrows for 30 years."

A rift between him and front man Jon Bon Jovi was the reason for his departure and making things meet with the vocalist is also the reason he is coming back.

"There's no bad blood with me any more. I love Jon, and I still see the possibility of a return," Sambora told Life magazine. "There are just a few steps I want to - need to - take."

Sambora, after leaving the band, went on to venture and explore his own musical path and took a stroll with his solo project as he is currently touring Europe.

"I wanted to make my own music and I preferred doing a few shows with my own band. I said I wanted a break," Sambora says.

"It's hurt me that more and more untrue things have come out in the media. I just wanted calmer waters, and just do something for myself," he says. "We had just finished with another tour... (and) I saw a year of other priorities for me."

Sambora might be thinking really hard about going back with the band he co-founded with Jon Bon Jovi but as time goes by, his priorities seemed to change and his focus on his family needed more attention.

"We were the hardest working band in the world, man," he tells The Hollywood Reporter. "You're talking 24/7, and you don't get to come home. I missed so much of my child's life. And you get to that place where you realize, 'Oh my God, this is really important.'"


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