Sydney Morning Herald article
Patersons Stadium in Perth was packed with long-loving fans of rock superstar Jon Bon Jovi last night as the band kicked off their Australian tour with one almighty rocking gig.
Wearing a leather/snakeskin shirt unbuttoned to reveal his manly chest, tight black pants with added rock star sparkle and his trademark sexy stare, Bon Jovi lead the band through a set that spanned their three-decade career.
During The Circle world tour, the band will perform 135 shows in 30 countries. Having already played to more than 35 million music lovers, a slick production heavy on rock and boasting a few magical moments was to be expected. They delivered.
A massive stage set-up greeted fans, with a huge screen showcasing every smirk and strut the charismatic lead singer performed to a crowd of faithful fans, some of whom had followed the rocking legends around the globe, and others bringing long-stemmed red roses to throw to the object of their desire.
The excitement was obvious even before the lights at the stadium dimmed, with talk of a lookalike Jon Bon Jovi walking through the crowd tricking fans causing an early scene.
The band kicked off with Blood on Blood, and it was not long before the crowd was all riled up and ready for some big ballads and rocking tunes.
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