“This is for you guys.”
Here’s who’ll warm up the stage.
Have a nice day, Kim.
They’re coming, we swear!
Alec John Such also joined for the first time since 2001.
They will perform a “couple songs”.
Radiohead aren’t too keen on the honour though.
Go Johnny, go go go.
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“Jon and I talked just a week ago. Everything is cool.”
He’ll be praying that he never has to do this again.
Paul McCartney heads up a crack team of musical all-stars who have joined forces in an attempt to change the world, through song. In a move reminiscent of the 1985 USA For Africa single We Are The World, Macca, together with Jon Bon Jovi, The Pussycat Dolls’ Nicole Scherzinger, Fergie, Sheryl Crow, Natasha Bedingfield, Colbie
Forbes have dropped their annual list of the world’s highest paying musicians, with rapper and beats electronics mogul Dr Dre and his $620 million topping the list, besting Beyonce by half a billion dollars. His 2014 earnings also mark the largest single-year haul of any musician, ever Dre can thank Apple for his top placement,
The current state of the Bon Jovi lineup has been a little murky since guitarist Richie Sambora left the band mid world tour in 2013, but according to frontman Jon Bon Jovi things are pretty clear to him, and apparently Sambora has “quit” the band. “He quit. He’s gone,” the frontman told Showbiz 411. “No
They first burst out on the scene and began dominating their competition more than four decades ago, and the mighty Rolling Stones just haven’t stopped, according to Billboard, grossing more than $1.5 billion since 1990 and claiming the title of the top-grossing live act over that period. The music industry publication has just released its
We’ve all been there. You’re in the car with a good friend and you’re both singing along to a track that you grew up with and know every word to, but the good times suddenly dissipate when your face reddens as your friend tells you it’s “Kicking your can all over the place” and not
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US rock band Bon Jovi had the highest grossing international music tour of the year, according to Billboard magazine’s 2013 rankings. Billboard’s Boxscore reports the band played 90 sell-out shows, to more than two million fans during 2013 and grossed over $205 million. According to Billboard’s annual number crunch, 2013 has proven to be one
When Jon Bon Jovi asked Prince William to join him on stage at Kensington Palace to help him perform his 1986 hit Livin’ on a Prayer, the Duke of Cambridge had one condition: that the artist’s fellow performer, Taylor Swift, join them in the rendition. The rocker gleefully acquiesced. Swift had performed earlier in the