Palm Beach Post article
|Fans brave the rain to rock with Bon Jovi in Sunrise
Sunday night, fans lined up outside of the BankAtlantic Center in the (at times) pouring-down rain for the opportunity to catch the original Jersey boys, Bon Jovi, bring the house down.
Lets face it, Bon Jovi are rock gods. Folks of all ages flock to whatever venue they happen to be playing and Sunday’s show was no different. It seemed as though fans were bused in from wherever it is they came from and there was not a single available parking spot on site. No one seemed to mind that they were soaking wet and the camaraderie between lifelong fans created a sense of family and oneness.
When the house lights went down, the arena immediately began to vibrate with screams and cheers. Sunrise was ready to be shaken to its very core courtesy of Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Tico Torres, and David Bryan. Without so much as word, the quartet opened their set with “Blood On Blood” from their 1988 release New Jersey. As soon as Sambora ripped into his first solo, it was very clear that Bon Jovi is still a force to be reckoned with in today’s ever changing music scene. Without so much as a hesitation, the guys moved right into their 2009 smash hit “We Weren’t Born To Follow” accompanied by a slew of politically driven graphics.
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