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JON BON JOVI JAMS WITH VP HOPEFUL TIM KAINE, SETTLES IN WITH NEW GUITARIST

The Associated Press reported Kaine joined Jovi during his acoustic set at a "Get Out The Vote" rally at St. Petersburg, Florida's State Theatre.
7 Nov 2016 – 10:29 AM EST

Jon Bon Jovi might mot be taking the stage these days with Richie Sambora -- but Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine filled in nicely on Saturday night (November 5th). The Associated Press reported Kaine joined the Sayreville, New Jersey legend -- and Hillary Clinton supporter -- during his acoustic set at a "Get Out The Vote" rally at St. Petersburg, Florida's State Theatre, and added some harmonica work to a bluesy rendition of Bon Jovi's "You Give Love A Bad Name." Bon Jovi went on to joke that he and the Virginia Senator should start a new band called, "TK & The Faithful."

Jon Bon Jovi along with Bruce Springsteen will perform tonight (November 7th) in Philadelphia at the final rally for Hillary Clinton. According to Billboard, joining Bon Jovi and "The Boss" at Independence Mall, will be President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, along with President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton.


  • Bon Jovi is receiving raves from critics and die-hards alike for the band's just-released studio set, This House Is Not For Sale. The new album features the lead guitar work of "permanent sub" Philip "Phil X" Xenidis -- a man, who over the years has proven himself to the band and its fans. Xenidis told The Associated Press about the fine artistic line he needs to play in Bon Jovi: "Musically -- as a guitar player, it’s one if those things where I’m not like Richie (Sambora), but I’m not really me. I’m this guy in the middle that shows up and delivers and expresses the guitar parts and the vocal parts. Richie, you gotta tip your hat to his ability."
  • Jon Bon Jovi sat down with New Zealand's Lorraine channel and spoke about the changes Bon Jovi needed to make upon Sambora's exit in 2013: "Y'know, you move on, so the band on stage had to fill that gap. Phil Xenedis, who joined, y'know, the band as his temporary fill in (laughs) and has been here ever since -- God bless him -- y'know, he had to introduce himself to our world. And then, in the writing process, y'know (Sambora) wasn't going to be in the record-making, so, everybody had to come and step up again." :
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