The West Australian article
|Bon Jovi keyboardist still loves stardom
The gloss of being a rock star never wears off for Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan.
The day after playing a packed show in Sydney's Acer Arena, Bryan was still pumped up.
And, he says, playing live is almost as good as sex.
"It's the f***ing best time you can have with your clothes on, I always say," Bryan laughs.
Even after more than two decades of performing, releasing 10 albums and taking home a trove of Grammy awards, Bon Jovi still get overwhelmed playing to an audience of thousands.
"It's still amazing and you're looking around and people are way the f*** up there and everyone is just going mad and having a good time," he says.
Bryan, a founding member of the rock group, says live shows are a great way to escape from the real world.
"I always said I can't wait to get on the stage so I can get some peace and quiet.
"The whole world just stops for a minute."
"That was a quote I stole from (Rolling Stones') Ron Wood. He said, `I can't wait to walk on stage so I can get some peace and quiet.'
"And that made so much sense because the whole world and your problems and your life are just waiting for two and half hours."
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