Jon Bon Jovi
Rocker and philanthropist Jon Bon Jovi is sponsoring a community restaurant in a Jersey shore community still struggling mightily to recover from Superstorm Sandy.
The singer wore an NYPD football T-shirt during the Bobby Bandiera and Friends Hope Concert in Red Bank, New Jersey on Monday.
New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi is lending his name to a middle-class advocacy group led by a potential gubernatorial hopeful.
The next step is for the estate to get initial approval from the NFL. That could come by the end of the week and as early as later in the day.
A Bills fan group has uncovered documents that suggest rocker Jon Bon Jovi’s Toronto-based prospective ownership group has plans to relocate the franchise north of the border.
Calling it his intention to “carry on Ralph Wilson’s legacy,” Jon Bon Jovi said his group is committed to working with officials to identify a new stadium site in the region.
The billionaire businessman told Fox News that’s because he’s “not going to do something totally stupid” to make the team his.
A Bills fans club recently founded to keep the NFL team in western New York has started an online petition to ban songs by Jon Bon Jovi in Buffalo-area bars.
Every band has their own “big break” story; Categorize Bon Jovi’s as one of a kind.
Jon Bon Jovi’s publicist tells The Associated Press that while the New Jersey rocker is interested in becoming an NFL owner one day, he’s not currently pursuing the Buffalo Bills.
Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger is arguably the most well-known walk-on player in the history of Fightin’ Irish football, but he’s about to have some company.
After the Reign bested more than 235 entries in the contest that was created by the “Stronger than the Storm” campaign that’s trying to drive visitors to the shore after Superstorm Sandy devastated many beach areas.
“This incredibly generous donation from Bon Jovi to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund will go a long way in the rebuilding process,” said Governor Chris Christie.
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.