Apparently not content with "just" being the frontman of one of the '80s biggest rock bands, Jon Bon Jovi has had success in the music, acting and business world outside of his namesake group. He's released a pair of solo albums – 1990's 'Blaze of Glory' soundtrack and 1997's 'Destination Anywhere' – as well as appearing in over a dozen films, and television series such as 'Ally McBeal' and 'Sex and the City.' In addition to his considerable charitable works, Bon Jovi also owned an Arena Football League team years before anybody from Kiss or Motley Crue did – and has made at least two efforts to buy part of a National Football League team in recent years.
Bon Jovi Joins Jennifer Nettles for Revamped ‘Do What You Can’
COVID-19 inspired song, originally released in April, gets a country makeover.
30 Years Ago: Jon Bon Jovi’s ‘Blaze of Glory’ Hits No. 1
Bon Jovi frontman scored his only solo chart topper with track from 'Young Guns II.'
Jon Bon Jovi Wears Mask and Salutes NYC Workers in New Video
Song appears on band's upcoming '2020' LP.
Jon Bon Jovi Trades $20 Million Florida Home for $43 Million Home
Bon Jovi's frontman closes two big real estate deals on the same day.
See Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi Play COVID-19 Benefit Show
'Jersey 4 Jersey' livestream benefits second-worst-hit state in the U.S.
Why Jon Bon Jovi Won’t Play Super Bowl Halftime Show
Singer says he has “no desire” to take part in gala performance after refusing once and missing out once.
Bon Jovi Album ‘Delayed,’ Tour ‘At Least Postponed’ by COVID-19
Band becomes the latest act to have their 2020 plans drastically altered by the virus.
Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi Announce COVID-19 Benefit TV Show
'Jersey 4 Jersey' will feature many Garden State residents helping to raise money for pandemic fund.
Jon Bon Jovi Believes His Son Fought Off 'Mild' Coronavirus Case
Jon Bon Jovi says his son has recovered after battling a "mild" form of coronavirus.