Byline: MIRROR REPORTER SLANE star Jon Bon Jovi has insisted Richie Sambora didn't quit their tour over money.
What does JBJ stand for?
JBJ stands for Jon Bon Jovi (rock music artist)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Featuring Two New Original Songs by Jon Bon Jovi LOS ANGELES, Nov.
Which Jon Bon Jovi track from the film Young Jon Bon Jovi - see Question 10 5.
After singing the 1983 hit "Runaway" with great power while deftly avoiding the high note at the end that would have burst the eardrums of 13,000 wailing fans, Jon Bon Jovi placed the song in its proper perspective.
The band is fronted by Jon Bon Jovi clone Tony, plus Jon on drums, Steve Millichamp on bass, Chris on keyboards, and Edd as guitarist.
US rocker Jon Bon Jovi will donate seats to fans as part of his association with new Australian A-League football club Melbourne Heart this season, the club said on Saturday.
London, July 13 (ANI): American rocker Jon Bon Jovi played in pain in a New Jersey concert after he tore his calf muscle.
Other titles published about Bon Jovi include All Night Long in 1995; Bon Jovi: A Biography in 1997; Jon Bon Jovi in 1997; and Bon Jovi (In Their Own Words)in 1999.