Bon Jovi Performs Live Concert on YouTube, Releases New ‘Greatest Hits’ Album

Posted November 10, 2010 by J Matthew Cobb in News

Potential Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Bon Jovi kicks off release party with sold-out concert to be aired live on YouTube

Celebrating the release of their latest disc, Bon Jovi will be performing live in Times Square on November 10 at 5 p.m. (PST), 7 p.m. (CST), 8 p.m. (EST). The event is a sold-out affair, but die-hard fans can watch the entire concert, without interruption, on

A sold-out live concert at Times Square’s Best Buy Theater is certainly great news for rock band Bon Jovi. After selling over 120 million records worldwide and rocking sold-out arenas and stages across the globe with hits like “Livin’ on a Prayer,” “You Give Love a Bad Name” and “Bad Medicine,” the rock band, led by lead singer Jon Bon Jovi, are pushing celebrating their 33rd anniversary with a new “greatest hits’ album, which is in stores now. Greatest Hits, available in single disc and  ‘Ultimate’ double-disc (with extended packaging fan favorites) formats, is loaded with Bon Jovi favorites from their best-selling Slippery When Wet and New Jersey albums.

Coinciding with the “greatest hits” celebration, twelve songs from the Greatest Hits album will also be released as downloadable content for music video game series Rock Band on November 9th 2010.  The pack features every song from the first disc of the North American album except “Born to Be My Baby”, “Always”, “What Do You Got?” and “No Apologies”.

Bon Jovi, along with Chic, Beastie Boys, Donna Summer, LL Cool J, Neil Diamond, Alice Cooper and Dr. John, are also nominated to become inductees in 2011’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Inductees will be announced in a few more weeks.

To view the live concert at YouTube presented by AEG Live, go to Bon Jovi’s YouTube channel at:

To see the full list of nominee choices for the 2011 Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, go to:

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J Matthew Cobb

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