Jersey boys Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora join me here In the Studio for a particularly revealing look behind the curtain at the price of a permanent address in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on “New Jersey” ‘s thirty-fifth anniversary.
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Jon Bon Jovi remembered to slip me a cassette of this acoustic demo of “Born to Be My Baby”, which remained unreleased for decades.
Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora reveal writing and recording “New Jersey” ‘s many fine songs including “Lay Your Hands on Me”,”Bad Medicine”,”Born to Be My Baby”,”99 in the Shade”, and the huge hit “I’ll Be There for You”, all while negotiating the rocks lurking under the raging waters of international superstardom. Don’t miss this eye-opening confessional on the 35th anniversary of Bon Jovi’s “New Jersey” the week of September 18.
Bon Jovi’s third album “Slippery When Wet” has a worldwide sales estimate since then : 28,000,000 copies. It is impossible to overstate how massively popular Bon Jovi’s third album, “Slippery When Wet”, was…Jon Bon Jovi and original guitarist/co-writer Richie Sambora are my guests.
Very rare acoustic duet of “Wanted Dead or Alive” recorded March 18, 1987 by Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora , remastered by Redbeard .
The #1 fan vote-getter in this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame fan balloting is Bon Jovi. Since starting out in earnest in the early Eighties, living on a prayer of finding fame, fortune, and the rock respect of their many idols who came before them, as well as their peers who traveled parallel […]
Thirty-five years ago ZZ Top’s”Afterburner” came out. But don’t go looking for it in the 2019 ZZ Top rockumentary film “That Little Ol’ Band from Texas” .That otherwise well-done pastiche of just some of the chapters in this colorful trio’s fifty year telenovella implied that all meaningful recording by ZZ Top wrapped at the conclusion of “Eliminator” way back in 1983. Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, and Frank Beard join me here In the Studio on the thirty-fifth anniversary of “Sleeping Bag”,”Stages”,”Woke Up with Wood”, and “Planet of Women”.
On the eve of their first North American concert tour in decades, Genesis triumvirate Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks, and Phil Collins reconvened here In the Studio to reprise the world premiere broadcast which I hosted and produced with them in November 1991 for “We Can’t Dance” .
So when their sophomore effort “Get Lucky” came out in Fall 1981, these Canadian rockers Loverboy were the right band at the right time. North American rock radio was waiting in anticipation for”Working for the Weekend”, along with “When It’s Over”, “Jump” co-written by fellow countryman Bryan Adams, “Gangs in the Street”, and “Take Me to the Top”. Lead singer Mike Reno and guitarist Paul Dean recall how nice guys don’t finish last in this In The Studio classic rock interview.
It always seemed that the Van Halen 1980 third album, “Women and Children First” , suffered from “middle child syndrome”. David Lee Roth, bass player/ harmony singer Michael Anthony, drummer Alex Van Halen, and fretmeister Eddie Van Halen remind us of a time four decades ago when Van Halen was establishing itself as America’s premiere hard rock band with songs “And the Cradle Will Rock” and “Everybody Wants Some!”.