Bon Jovi has posted its latest single "Limitless" online, and announced the release date of its latest album Bon Jovi 2020 for May 15th. Rock Cellar reported the band also posted the cover art and tracklist for the new set, which features a photo of Jon Bon Jovi with the American flag reflected in his sunglasses.
Jon Bon Jovi will welcome Britain's Prince Harry to special recording session on February 28th at London's Abbey Road Studios, where Harry will join the Invictus Games Choir to re-record Bon Jovi's new song, "Unbroken," which salutes disabled soldiers. The recording will raise funds and awareness of the Invictus Games Foundation. Prince Harry posted a fake conversation between him and Bon Jovi discussing the upcoming recording session.
The Invictus Games were established by Prince Harry in 2014, with the competitions serving as the "only international adaptive sporting event for wounded, injured, and ill active duty and veteran service members."
Jon Bon Jovi, who'll hit the road in June with special guest Bryan Adams, told us that these days it's not enough to simply enjoy being in Bon Jovi — he needs to enjoy the guys in the band itself to commit to a tour: ["I think that we are still in a mentally healthy place and at this point in our careers, if we're not mentally healthy and enjoy each other's company, there ain't no money in the world that's gonna make us go to work. If I can't laugh with the guys and want to go out to dinner and have a drink, or what have you, then I ain't here, I'm gone — and so are the guys."] SOUNDCUE (:19 OC: . . . are the guys)
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