The Bon Jovi Tour Continues

Bon Jovi is one of the most popular rock bands in the world and they are still going strong. The New Jersey natives have been touring massive arenas and stadiums for years, giving fans a healthy dose of classic hits like “Livin’ on a Prayer” every night. The band kicked off their 2022 tour with a show in Omaha, Nebraska at the CHI Health Center on Friday. The GRAMMY-winning rockers are on a massive world tour this year, and they were joined by Bryan Adams for the opening night of the run.

Jon Bon Jovi is a master showman and he puts on a spectacular performance each time the band hits the stage. The singer was a little hoarse and he can’t quite hit the high notes of his Slippery When Wet era, but he did a great job of engaging with the audience. He kept the crowd pumped up and gave them an unforgettable night of entertainment.

The band also performed a few new songs from their latest album, It’s My Life, and they were all fantastic. The acoustic version of “American Reckoning” was particularly moving, as it was dedicated to the victims of the deadly attack on the Ukrainian city of Odessa last week. The acoustic versions of “Livin’ on a Prayer” and “Wanted Dead or Alive” were just as good as the full-throttle electric versions.

Two years after Jon Bon Jovi’s vocal cord surgery, he seems to be well on the way to a full recovery. He recently appeared at the Television Critics Association press event for their new Hulu docuseries, Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story, and he gave fans some hope that the band could tour again in the near future.

He said that the only reason he would go back out on the road again is if it was for the love of the music and that fans still loved them. He also said that he hopes the docuseries shows that artists can change and grow with their audiences and that they don’t have to try to hold on to their past success forever.

The docuseries chronicles the band’s rise to fame over the course of 40 years, including their greatest successes and biggest disappointments. It features a ton of personal videos, unreleased early demos, original lyrics and more. It’s a must-see for any fan of the iconic band. It will be available to stream starting April 26.