Bon Jovi Band Members

bon jovi members

Bon Jovi is an American rock band that has become one of the world’s most successful and recognizable bands. They have sold millions of albums and made a number of number one singles throughout their career. They have been nominated for a Grammy and have toured the world.

The band consists of Jon Bon Jovi (vocals), David Bryan (keyboards), Tico Torres (drums), Richie Sambora (guitar) and Alec John Such (bass). All members are from New Jersey, where they have been active in the local music scene since their teens.

Jon Bon Jovi was born in a middle class family in New Jersey and has always known that he wanted to be a rock star. He grew up listening to rock and roll and eventually devoted his time to singing and playing guitar. He began recording demos at his cousin’s recording studio in 1982.

In 1983, he called his friend and keyboard player David Bryan and recruited drummer Tico Torres and bassist Alec John Such to form a new band. This was the classic Bon Jovi lineup. They would sign a major-label contract and release their first album, Bon Jovi, in 1984.

They quickly gained popularity with their debut single “Runaway,” which topped the Billboard charts. They also began touring, performing as opening acts for a variety of national and international artists.

Their third album, Slippery When Wet, was a critical success and their first #1 record. It featured hits like “You Give Love a Bad Name” and “Livin’ on a Prayer.”

The group released their fourth album, Uptown Special, in 1986 and its singles “Wanted Dead or Alive” and “Never Say Goodbye” were both huge successes. They toured the world and sold millions of copies.

For their sixth album, Keep the Faith in 1992, the band decided to move away from their hard rock glam roots and create more of a mature sound. The record’s songs reflect a more serious view of life, and the lyrics are less witty and more lyrical.

This left the band with a younger audience and led to them to release several more albums in quick succession. The group’s most recent albums are Bounce (2002) and This Left Feels Right (2004).

They have been touring for the past several years and continue to do so. The current tour is titled “House” and features many of their biggest hits.

The band is rumored to have signed Michael Anthony, ex-Van Halen bassist, to play with them in the future. The band is currently working on a new album but has not revealed the name or release date.

In a recent interview, Anthony opened up about his upcoming project with the group and said that the band will feature an “everyone in the band” approach to songwriting. He also mentioned that the band will perform their biggest hits onstage and in a more “real” way than they have in the past.

The band has been a fixture in the musical landscape for more than three decades and continues to entertain fans worldwide. They have sold more than 120 million records and are currently touring worldwide.