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New York's Robin Hood

Robin Hood and iHeartMedia Present Star-Studded "Rise Up New York!" Benefit

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The Robin Hood Foundation teamed up with iHeartMedia to bring "Rise Up New York!" on May 11, and is set to feature large names such as Bon Jovi, Billy Joel, Mariah Carey, and Sting, among others.READ MORE

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"Jersey 4 Jersey" Fundraiser Brings Together Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi

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Homegrown artists and personalities like Springsteen and Bon Jovi came together to raise funds for New Jersey in the "Jersey 4 Jersey" benefit concert, April 22.READ MORE

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Bon Jovi Joins List of Artists with Canceled Tours

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The band Bon Jovi announces its decision to cancel its summer tour due to the pandemic.READ MORE

On Collaboration

Bon Jovi, Prince Harry Team Up on Charity Version of the Band's Single, "Unbroken"

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Bon Jovi and Prince Harry collaborated on the song "Unbroken" alongside a choir. The single aims to support veterans.READ MORE

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iHeartRadio Music Awards 2018: Bon Jovi Receives Icon Award For 35-Year Career

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Bon Jovi performed some of their greatest hits and accepted the first-ever Icon Award at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday night. The band will also be inducted at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame later this year.READ MORE

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Bon Jovi To Reunite Original Lineup For Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction

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Jon Bon Jovi, Alec John Such, and Richie Sambora are confirmed to reunite for Bon Jovi's upcoming induction at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Tico Torres and David Bryan will join the three of them.READ MORE

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Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora Squash Rumored Feud by Reaching Out to One Another

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More than three years after leaving Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora congratulated frontman Jon Bon Jovi on the group's latest single "This House Is Not For Sale." The singer also reached out to his former bandmate and said that he's looking forward to hearing his upcoming album, which Sambora is currently working on with his girlfriend and fellow musician Orianthi.READ MORE

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Bon Jovi Blasts Label in "Burning Bridges," Leaves Mercury Records After 32 Years

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"Here's the last song you can sell," Bon Jovi slyly sings on "Burning Bridges," his farewell song to Mercury Records, who he's been with for 32 years. Now that the album of the same name, 'Burning Bridges,' is out, he's fulfilled his obligation to the label and is moving on.READ MORE

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Bon Jovi Readdy to Release New Album 'Burning Bridges'

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It seems like Bon Jovi are ready to unveil their first studio album, titled Burning Bridges, following the departure of band member Richie Sambora. Due out August 21, the project features an advance track called "Saturday Night Gave me Sunday Morning," expected to drop on July 31.READ MORE

Dr. Dre: 'I have one million dollars for every one of these buttons.'

The 7 Highest Music Incomes of The Last 5 Years; Dr. Dre, One Direction and More

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Forbes released its annual Celebrity 100 list this week, a feature that ranks celebrities of all stripes—music, film, sports—by how socially active they are and how much they bring in. Although a number of factors add up to the final ranking, we all know that net worth is the most interesting aspect of the chart. This year's musical champ was Katy Perry, who brought in $135 million over the last 12 months, trailing only boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao overall. Music Times is looking back over the last five years and finding out what seven musicians had the biggest paydays during that span.READ MORE

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The Worst Music Tattoo Ever? You Need to See This Typo-Ridden Bon Jovi Body Art Tribute to Believe It

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A viral image has gotten many viewers to declare one fan's Jon Bon Jovi tribute tattoo as the "worst music tattoo ever," and that's quite a feat considering the many horrific pieces of ink we've seen.READ MORE

Jon Bon Jovi, Al Roker, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, Gilbert Gottfried and Will Forte (from left to right).

Will Forte and Gilbert Gottfried Sing Backup for Jon Bon Jovi on "Wanted Dead or Alive" for 'Night of Too Many Stars' [WATCH]

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Some of comedy's biggest stars joined forces Sunday night, March 8, to raise money for people with autism. Comedy Central's 'Night of Too Many Stars' featured a slew of big names, including Louis C.K., Jon Stewart and Adam Sandler. A few musicians also showed up to perform. Jon Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" was highlighted by backup singers Will Forte, Gilbert Gottfried, Al Roker and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.READ MORE

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Jon Bon Jovi Is Back in the Studio: 'What About Now?' Singer Has 'About a Dozen Songs' Done

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It has been 18 years since Jon Bon Jovi released his last solo album "Destination Anywhere." His band, Bon Jovi, put out its 12th studio effort "What About Now?" in 2013. So now the question is what is the singer working on in the studio? JBJ told "People" that he has been recording some new material, but he did not clarify what act would be putting out the tunes. He has 'about a Dozen songs' done.READ MORE

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Izod Center—Longtime New Jersey Staple of Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi and More—to Close in March

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It's almost a story out of a Bruce Springsteen song: All the jobs are going elsewhere and the town begins to die. The "town" in this case is the Izod Center at the Meadowlands complex in East Rutherford, one of The Boss's favorite concert joints in his home state. A rash of competition in the region, from the Newark Prudential Center to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, have begun swallowing up both music and sports events. Now Governor Chris Christie is pushing a plan to close the arena in March.READ MORE

Dr. Dre: 'I have one million dollars for every one of these buttons.'

Highest Paid Musicians 2014: Dr. Dre Tops The List (Duh) but Beyoncé, One Direction and Justin Bieber Make Bank as Well

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Hip-hop might be the genre that puts the most emphasis on dollars earned but we'd be kidding ourselves if big acts from every scene had their eyes on their wallets. And so do we as fans...just Google an act and see "net worth" doesn't come up as a popular search term. Forbes released its annual list of the Top 30 highest earning musicians from the previous year and you probably guessed who took the top spot: Dr. Dre.READ MORE

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