|Bon Jovi To Release Acoustic Best Of Album
They were the first band to headline the NFL kick-off in Times Square, they enjoyed one of the Top 10 grossing concert tours of 2003, they were the third favourite touring act in 2003 (as voted by Rolling Stone magazine) and are #4 on the all-time greatest live performance list as voted on the MTV Video Music Awards.
After all these accomplishments, what does Bon Jovi do for an encore? Well, they’re going to raise the bar even higher this year by releasing more music.
Moving beyond feathered hair, tight pants, high-top Reebok sneakers and all things of the past, Bon Jovi have been able to change with the times – aging like a fine wine or in their case, a fine cheese. And although they’re getting older and wiser, they still manage to receive their share of adoration from the panty-throwing females out there. Fans will get to relive all the phases of Bon Jovi soon, as the band are set to release a greatest hits album called This Left Feels Right on November 3.
The new disc is billed as a greatest hits collection, with a twist.
The band went into the studio with Pat Leonard (Madonna, Rod Stewart, Elton John) who co-produced the album, acoustic arrangements of old tunes like "Keep The Faith," "It’s My Life" and "Wanted Dead Or Alive." To go along with these reconstructed BJ staples are two brand new songs on the album, "Last Man Standing" and "Thief Of Hearts."
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