Richie Sambora and Orianthi Tease New Song And Cover Bon Jovi Tracks At NAMM Show
We’re Excited For The Album
The pair, a real-life couple, started with their collaboration about three years ago (with their new project simply called ‘RSO’) and during this year’s annual NAMM convention held at the Grand Plaza stage in Anaheim, they performed in front of more than two thousand attendees.
They played their cover versions of some Bon Jovi classics like “Livin’ On A Prayer,” “Lay Your Hands on Me” and “Wanted Dead or Alive” and they also covered The Allman Brothers Band’ “Midnight Rider.” Richie Sambora told the audience that they just finished recording the album (which has 22 tracks) in the kitchen of their home in LA. It was produced by Bob Rock and fans should expect it to be released in a few months.
They gave the crowd a little sneak peek when they showcased their loud and heavy debut song “Making History.”
In a phone interview, Sambora also shared: “Ori also happens to be a fantastic cook, so it’s a wonder we’re not all fat because all we do is record and eat.”
Check out some of the clips below.