Jon Bon Jovi admits that how he gauges his success has changed drastically since his early-days topping the charts in the late-1980’s. While appearing on MSNBC’s Mavericks With Ari Melber, he was asked how he knows when he’s done good: “After a while you don’t measure success in the terms that I once have measured them by — in album sales and Number One this’s and that’s. I think for me, preserving a legacy compounded by taking the time to enjoy the fruits of my labor; and I don’t mean the monetary fruits of my labor. I mean my kids, and my wife, and the connection to the people that we’ve connected with around the world for nearly 40 years. That’s the magic.”
- Bon Jovi‘s2020 album was originally set for release on May 15th, 2020. The collection was eventually issued on October 2nd, 2020 and peaked at Number 19 on the Billboard 200, with the set reaching Number Three on the magazine’s Top Rock Albums chart.
- The band was originally booked to play an 18-date North American arena run with special guest Bryan Adams.
- The leg was set to kick off on June 10th in Tacoma, Washington with the dates wrapping on July 28th in New York City.
CHECK IT OUT: Bon Jovi’s2020 video for “Do What You Can”: