Prince Harry meets Jon Bon Jovi at the famous Abbey Road Studios to see a charity record being recorded by the US rocker and Invictus Games Choir.
Jon Bon Jovi is a political animal.
The Sayreville-born rocker has campaigned and held fundraisers for numerous Democrat candidates, he’s served on President Obama’s White House Council for Community Solutions, and he worked with Gov. Chris Christie on Superstorm Sandy relief for Jersey. Plus his Soul Foundation operates three Soul Kitchen community restaurants in New Jersey. He’s no stranger to them, especially the Red Bank location.
Yet to this point, Bon Jovi’s immersion in politics has not translated to the music of his band Bon Jovi.
Until now. Bon Jovi’s “2020” is due Friday, Oct 2 from Island Records.
The album’s “Unbroken” examines the silent suffering of soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder; the toxic mix of populist politics