Jon Bon Jovi Sings Duet With Warren Buffett at Philanthropy Summit
It’s not the dream collaboration Bon Jovi fans have been waiting for, but it’s interesting. At the Forbes 400 Philanthropy Summit last week, Jon Bon Jovi shared the stage with billionaire businessman and philanthropist Warren Buffett. The two took on the timeless hit ‘The Glory of Love’ in front of what sounds like dozens of appreciative fans.
Buffett isn’t quite as comfortable singing as he is investing, but he doesn’t shy away from sharing lead with his New Jersey born counterpart. Bon Jovi pulls on an acoustic while the Oracle of Omaha strums what looks to be a ukelele or miniature acoustic. The video below shows the two minute long song, which ends in a rowdy applause.
The 2012 Forbes 400 Philanthropy Summit took place in New York City last week. Prior to performing, Bon Jovi joked that Buffett might get the rock star itch after just one song with the ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ frontman. “Once you get a taste of these girls yelling for you …” he quipped to the delight of the crowd. Buffett is 81-years-old.
Watch Jon Bon Jovi and Warren Buffett Perform ‘The Glory of Love’
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