Bon Jovi Shirts

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From Slippery When Wet to Have a Nice Day, Bon Jovi is one of the most popular and successful American rock bands of all time. The New Jersey-based band has sold over 100 million albums worldwide and performed more than 2,700 concerts in 50 countries for more than 34 million fans. Despite some rocky times and a brief hiatus, the iconic rockers continue to tour and release new music. Their latest album, These Days, finds the band at their most confident yet with a social conscience.

From the classic Bon Jovi Heart and Dagger Logo to their loud tattoo-inspired designs, these bon jovi shirts are the perfect way to show your love for this iconic band. With hits like You Give Love a Bad Name and Livin’ on a Prayer, this band is known for their powerful ballads and iconic power-rock style that still resonates with music lovers today.

Bon Jovi is made up of singer Jon Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora, drummer Tico Torres, bassist Phil X and keyboardist David Bryan. They first formed in 1983 in Sayreville, New Jersey. Over the course of their career, they have released fifteen studio albums, five compilations and three live albums. They are one of the top-selling American rock bands in history and have been inducted into both the UK and US Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

While their first album Runaway was a huge hit, it wasn’t until 1986’s double-platinum album Keep the Faith that they truly became one of America’s biggest rock bands. This was the first album to feature lead singer Jon Bon Jovi’s distinctively deep voice and it produced a string of Top 10 singles. It also marked the first time that bassist Alec Jon Such left the band and was replaced by Hugh McDonald.

Bon Jovi has since continued to produce hit after hit. While the band did take a short hiatus in 1995, they came back with their most mature and confident record to date, These Days. With songs that dealt with real-life problems, the album was a major success and helped Bon Jovi gain an international following. The band’s style shifted slightly with this album as it was more focused on acoustic tracks and had less of the synthesizer sound that was present on some of their earlier records.