Toronto Star article
|Toronto crowd sings for Bon Jovi
Oh, what that million-watt smile can get away with.
Jon Bon Jovi exercised his considerable charm over the predominantly female crowd Tuesday night at the Rogers Centre for the first of two shows, and truth be told, all he had to do was flash his pearly whites and the partisan crowd was putty in his hands.
“Finish the song!” he yelled during the end of the anthemic “You Give Love a Bad Name,” and the audience of about 30,000 complied by singing the final line. “Are you with me out there?” he cried after a spirited coda of “Old Time Rock and Roll” — the Bob Seger “jukebox” classic he conveniently segued into from “Bad Medicine” so he could bring out opening act Kid Rock for a guest vocal — and then wiggled his fingers to coax more volume from the cheering throng.
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