“Engine 19,” which was released on Wednesday for the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, is a tribute to the families of the victims and heroes.
Sambora's underground "Come Back as Me" has just gone viral, hitting over 100,000 plays on YouTube.
At the party to celebrate the summer issue of Genlux Magazine, Sambora told “Extra’s” Terri Seymour, “Jon and I have been relying on each other for 30 years... things are coming together.”
Sambora confessed, “She said, ‘Hey man, you should clean up your act!’ and that was a big thing for me. She's my kid and we're going through it as a family together, so okay, that’s it, that’s it.”
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Actress Denise Richards and boyfriend Richard Sambora have reportedly broken up… again.
Singer Alicia Keys brought the star power for her annual Black Ball on Thursday, a benefit for her Keep a Child Alive Foundation, where they paid tribute to the late George Harrison for his musical and philanthropic legacy.
Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora and Usher were some of the performers who joined Keys on stage. The concert raised $3 million for AIDS treatment and care in India and Africa.
Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora performed at a private concert at the Marine Corps' Camp Pendleton, and gave away a few guitars to some lucky Marines.
Sambora, showing his gratitude to the men in uniform, said, "It's kind of our humble, small way to say thank you to these guys for their dedication and sacrifice."
Bon Jovi rocker Richie Sambora stopped by The Grove to chat with "Extra's" Mario Lopez after his recent return from the band's record-breaking world tour. Sambora, happy to still be on top after three decades with Bon Jovi, said, "I walked onstage every night with extreme gratitude."
Going solo on Friday, Richie plans to take part in a special military show, and will give away 10 Voyage Air acoustic guitars to 10 marine heroes. "Me touring fifty countries... I get what it means to have American freedom, and these guys are fighting for our freedom, so it's my little way to give back."
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi sat down in London with "Extra" special correspondent Laura Whitmore to talk about the band's mega world tour, Richie's return to the stage, his upcoming knee surgery, and Tom Cruise in "Rock of Ages."
Bon Jovi has been traveling the world on the band's "Circle" tour since February 2010 -- one of the top-grossing tours, banking $150 million (grossing more than tours by Kanye West, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry combined) and playing to over 3.6 million fans! Being at the top was definitely Jon's goal when the band started playing gigs in the early '80s. Jon explains, "Make no bones about it. When I was a kid I wanted to be a Rolling Stone. That's the level you get to live in three decades later and you deserve to have those things said about you."