Bon Jovi Reunites With Founding Members Richie Sambora And Alec John Such At Rock Hall Show

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony often provides a special treat.

And this year’s event in Cleveland marked a massive reunion with Bon Jovi and founding members Richie Sambora and Alec John Such.

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The band performed a medley of Bon Jovi’s greatest hits — such as “Livin’ on a Prayer”, “You Give Love a Bad Name” and “It’s My Life” — and even the recent single “When We Were Us”.

Just prior to performing, Jon Bon Jovi hyped up the crowd. “You know where you are?” he asked the audience. “You’re at a Bon Jovi concert. Out of your seats.”

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Bon Jovi last performed with guitarist Sambora in 2013. John Such had not rocked out with the group since a one-off appearance in 2001.

The band was inducted into the Rock Hall earlier that night following a hilarious speech by Howard Stern.

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