Bon Jovi Debuts New Album In An Intimate Hometown Concert
Taking it back to the Garden State.
1,500 lucky fans were able to attend the live listening party for Bon Jovi’s newest album “This House is Not for Sale” in their home town of New Jersey. The intimate show was held at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank as a kick starter to their short promotional tour continuing in England and Canada.
During the show, Bon Jovi opened up to the small audience in a rare candid moment, talking about the process and inspiration of making of the album saying,
“Welcome to the debut of ‘This House is Not for Sale’. It’s been three long years. There’s been a lot going on in my life, but I hope your life has not been as tumultuous. But it’s pretty good these days.”
The new album is different from their famous grinding hits such as “You Give Love a Bad Name” or “Have A Nice Day” , but the band’s hometown crowd gave its warm reception of the new sound that is already veering away from the hard rock glam metal signature they used to have.
‘This House is Not for Sale’ is set to be released on Oct 21.