Brisbane Show Review
They may have been in nappies when Bon Jovi's songs first hit the world stage, but that fact did not deter the Brisbane Rumba crowd from enjoying the show.
The 80s rock group were a hit with the 12,000 teenyboppers who packed the Brisbane Entertainment Centre for the pop festival, even though many of their earliest songs were around well before the audience was born.
Their performance, which was full of their greatest hits like Living on a Prayer, proved why the band had survived more than 20 years in the music industry.
Lead singer Jon Bon Jovi, who recently hit Australian television screens as Ally McBeal's love interest, said everyone could relate to their music, even the younger generation.
"It's pretty amazing you know. We have crossed generations and it's like Star Trek the new generation, Bon Jovi the new generation," the whiter than white-toothed pin-up star said.
"We've been around for 20 years and we have a reputation to uphold.
"People are still digging our music and that makes us feel good."
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