This is what gray-hair metal can be in the right hands, and nobody does it better than these guys.
That sense of renewal was expressed when the band started the program with the title tune from their most recent album, a record that Bon Jovi reminded the audience went to No. 1 not once, but twice. A story about integrity and pride in the deep roots we build (and allow to disintegrate) might not have seemed like a gleeful opener. Yet its sense of moving on from hurt and heartache – a reference to the disappearance of longtime guitarist/co-composer Richie Sambora – played well with its immediate successors in the punky “Raise Your Hands” and the sassy “You Give Love a Bad Name.”… Read Full Article Here