Bon Jovi

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Bon Jovi is an American rock and roll band. Formed in 1983 in New Jersey, Bon Jovi has had an extremely successful career, selling in excess of 130 million albums world wide.[1] They have suffered only one major line up change when original bass player Alex John Such left the band in 1994.

The band consists of:

  • John Bon Jovi - Lead Vocals, guitars.
  • Richie Sambora - Lead guitar, backing vocals.
  • David Bryan - Keyboards, backing vocals.
  • Tico Torres - Drums.
  • Hugh McDonald - Bass guitar, backing vocals[2]


  1. "Bon Jovi ‘Hits’ collection out Tuesday with four new tunes", The Oakland Press
  2. McDonald is still considered an "unofficial" member of the band, even though he has been working with them since 1994.