Bon Jovi

Bon Jovi

Bon Jovi is a hard rock band from Sayreville, New Jersey. Fronted by lead singer and namesake Jon Bon Jovi (born John Francis Bongiovi, Jr.), the group originally achieved large-scale success in the 1980s. Bon Jovi formed in 1983 with lead singer Jon Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora, keyboardist David Bryan, bassist Alec John Such, and drummer Tico Torres. Other than the departure of Alec John Such in 1994 (which pared the lineup down to a quartet), the lineup has remained the same for the past 27 years.

Vintage Magazines with Bon Jovi

Screamer Magazine December 1992

Screamer Magazine December 1992
Issue: December 1992. Featuring: Extreme. Also Included Bonham, Great White, Kik Tracee, Ministry, Spread Eagle, Trixter, Trouble, Helmet, Unleashed, Malevolent Creation and Much More.

Screamer Magazine March 1994

Screamer Magazine March 1994
Issue: March 1994. Featuring: Rob Zombie of White Zombie. Also Included Scorpions, Damn the Machine, Mr. Big, My Sister's Machine, Shotgun Messiah, Eleven, Mutha's Day Out, Type O Negative, Crowbar, Life of Agony and Much More.

Screamer Magazine November 1993

Screamer Magazine November 1993
Issue: November 1993. Featuring: Layne Staley of Alice in Chains. Also Included Ozzy Osbourne, Judas Priest, Green Jelly, VoiVod, Overkill, BulletBoys, Disincarnate, 311 and Much More.

Screamer Magazine September 1993

Screamer Magazine September 1993
Issue: September 1993. Featuring: Sebastian Bach of Skid Row. Also Included Winger, Primus, Belladonna, Wildside, Gruntruck, Sacred Reich, Paradise Lost, Floatsam and Jetsam, Suicidal Tendencies, Sepultura, White Zombie and Much More.

Screamer Magazine July 1993

Screamer Magazine July 1993
Issue: July 1993. Featuring: Alice In Chains and Anthrax. Also Included Infectious Grooves, In Living Colour, Enuff Znuff, Pigface, Kreator, Nuclear Assault, Dismember, T-Ride, Arcade and Much More.

Screamer Magazine May 1993

Screamer Magazine May 1993
Issue: May 1993. Featuring: Jackyl. Also Included Brutal Truth, Dream Theater, Megadeath, Poison, Pro-Pain, Screaming Trees, Sepultura, Vince Neil Band and Much More.

Screamer Magazine March 1993

Screamer Magazine March 1993
Issue: March 1993. Featuring: Ted Nugent and Dave Mustaine. Also Included Arcade, Stone Temple Pilots, Biohazard, DRI, Fear Factory, Metallica, Guns N' Roses and Much More.

Screamer Magazine October 1991

Screamer Magazine October 1991
Issue: October 1991. Featuring: Ozzy Osbourne. Also Included Van Halen, Bang Tango, Craig Goldy, LA Guns, Napalm Death, Ratt, Richie Sambora, Sacred Reich, Sepultura, Sick Of It All, Vinnie Moore and Much More.

Screamer Magazine August 1991

Screamer Magazine August 1991
Issue: August 1991. Featuring: Metallica. Also Included Anthrax, Chrissy Steele, Havana Black, Noisy Mama, Primus, Saraya, Vicious Rumors, No Alibi and Much More.

Screamer Magazine January 1991

Screamer Magazine January 1991
Issue: January 1991. Featuring: Tesla. Also Included Scorpions, Slaughter, Damn Yankees, Death Angel, Heaven's Edge, Rhino Bucket, Sweet F.A., Vio Lance and Much More.

Articles with Bon Jovi

THE MYLARS Release Official Music Video for “Forever Done,” Off of Upcoming Album, ‘Melody Records.’

New Jersey based rock band The Mylars have released the Official Music Video for their single “Forever Done.” The first single off of their September 15th scheduled, debut album, Melody Records, “Forever Done” was directed by Steven Nathan. The Mylars are a super charged rock and roll outfit founded by vocalist/guitarist Danny Roselle (ex Crash… Read more »


VIXEN Vocalist JANET GARDNER To Release Debut Solo Album 8/14

As the lead vocalist of the legendary female rock band Vixen, Janet Gardner’s powerful vocals propelled Vixen to the top of the Billboard charts with crossover hits “Edge of a Broken Heart” and “Cryin’’” and AOR rockers “How Much Love” and “Love is a Killer.” Vixen toured extensively, grinding out 200 shows per year, opening… Read more »


Bon Jovi Album ‘This House Is Not For Sale’ Out Today

In celebration of the release of the brand new Bon Jovi album, THIS HOUSE IS NOT FOR SALE, out today, Pandora is pleased to present their latest MixTape with Jon Bon Jovi, Runaway Radio.  The station is now live and features new Bon Jovi songs, some favorite classics as well as songs from artists such… Read more »


Bon Jovi MixTape “Runaway Radio” now live on Pandora!

In celebration of the release of the brand new Bon Jovi album, THIS HOUSE IS NOT FOR SALE, out today, Pandora is pleased to present their latest MixTape with Jon Bon Jovi, Runaway Radio.  The station is now live and features new Bon Jovi songs, some favorite classics as well as songs from artists such… Read more »


STEEL PANTHER, PHIL X & THE DRILLS W/ ALL STAR-GUESTS, RICHIE KOTZEN Of The Winery Dogs, HOSTED BY: GREG GRUNBERG

THE WHISKY A GO-GO PRESENTS: A DAY FOR CHARLOTTE A Night for Childhood Leukemia & Charlotte MONDAY, AUGUST 17TH @ THE WHISKY A GO-GO STEEL PANTHER, PHIL X & THE DRILLS W/ ALL STAR-GUESTS, RICHIE KOTZEN Of The Winery Dogs & THE BARB WIRE DOLLS! Monday, August 17th will be an amazing night of rockstars hitting the stage… Read more »


‘THE VOICE’ (GREECE) CONTESTANT, ELECTRA BARAKOS RELEASES HER DEBUT POP-ROCK ALBUM ‘THESE TIMES’ FT. PHIL X OF BON JOVI, TODAY 8/11

ELECTRA- the Los Angeles, CA based pop-rock band, featuring Electra Barakos- have independently released their first full length album THESE TIMES today, August 11, 2015 on iTunes, Spotify and Soundcloud. The album was produced, mixed and engineered by Mike Plotnikoff (Papa Roach, Kelly Clarkson, Flyleaf, Three Days Grace, Halestorm). The Album includes “I Can’t Breathe,”… Read more »


Herman Rarebell: Drummer, Author, Comedian?

Germans are known for many things; great composers such as Bach and Mozart, scientists and engineers like Einstein and Gutenberg (Johannes not Steve), but they’re generally not known for their comedy!  Herman Rarebell, 20-year drummer of the Scorpions is truly a funny German.  While on tour promoting his new book, And Speaking Of Scorpions, Rarebell… Read more »


Screamer Magazine December 1992

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Screamer Magazine March 1994

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Screamer Magazine November 1993

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