By Sydney Daily Telegraph
BON Jovi brought their travelling rock and roll church to Acer Arena last night and there's no doubt they were preaching to the converted.
The evangelical front man Jon Bon Jovi revved the crowd up with more come ons than a Leyton Hewitt tennis match.
His band mates, including guitarist Ritchie Sambora, proved equally entertaining as they blasted through the Bon Jovi catalogue.
Their singer wasn't kidding with the slogan Juke Box Hero emblazoned on the back of his vest. It was anthem after anthem, including Bad Medicine, Livin' on a Prayer, Keep The Faith, Wanted Dead or Alive, It's My life, and You Give Love a Bad Name.
Bon Jovi rewarded the crowd's loyalty - they haven't been on an Australian tour for 12 years - with plenty of moments for screaming and singing along.
The response was akin to religious fervour; many had even come armed with old school signs professing their love for the band.
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