Jon Bon Jovi
Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday signed into law a measure that protects drug users or witnesses who call 911 to report an overdose.
“I think Jon Bon Jovi is the only one who understood what you’re supposed to be doing in a situation like that,” Jay Jay French told WFAN radio on Thursday.
Legends of the world of music took the stage at Madison Square Garden for the “12-12-12″ concert Wednesday night, as many victims of Superstorm Sandy continue to suffer and require help.
Stephanie Bongiovi, 19, had been facing drug charges, after allegedly overdosing on heroin at Hamilton College in upstate New York.
Proceeds from the concert will go to the Robin Hood Relief Fund to benefit millions of people throughout the Tri-State area who were affected by Sandy.
Fans of Jon Bon Jovi were feeling especially heartbroken for him Wednesday after learning his daughter, Stephanie, was facing drug charges, after apparently overdosing on heroin at her college in upstate New York.
During a stop at the Jordan Center on the Penn State campus Thursday, Springsteen also thanked New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for “doing a fine job” of taking care of citizens. He lauded police, firefighters and other first responders.
Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, Billy Joel and more superstars with ties to the Tri-State will perform at a benefit concert Friday for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Outside of the Macy’s extravaganza, Red Bank has one of the largest fireworks displays around. Well, it had one of them. It’s just one example of the dousing of the rockets’ red glare.
The revered investor and the rock star played “The Glory of Love” by Billy Hill Tuesday at a private discussion of philanthropy Forbes magazine sponsored.
The Internet was abuzz on Monday after a fake press release surfaced on the Internet saying the New Jersey rocker had died of cardiac arrest.
Monday’s fake Bon Jovi story got Craigie to thinking about spreading a rumor that Boomer is dead, wondering if he could get it off the ground.
Jon Bon Jovi has opened a restaurant that anyone can afford to eat at. Diners can pay whatever they’re able to for their meal or volunteer to work in the restaurant or other local organizations.
The rocker visited a youth services center in Newark on Monday as the final stop on a “listening tour with disengaged youth,” which previously made stops in New Orleans, Atlanta and Houston.
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi’s foundation has received approval to convert an auto repair shop into a restaurant that would serve people whether they can pay or not. Red Bank’s planning board on Monday signed off on the plan, which is based on concepts used in Denver and Salt Lake City.