Ever wondered what Def Leppard would sound like with an orchestra? Well, get ready to be amazed! According to Consequence of Sound, the English hard rock band has teamed up with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for a brand new album featuring reimagined and orchestrated versions of the band’s classic hits and a few deep cuts... Continue Reading →
Should Richie Sambora Return to Bon Jovi?
Three years ago, when I first got into Bon Jovi, I would’ve said, “heck yes, Richie should definitely return to the band!” Now, I have my doubts. For those of you that don’t know what I’m talking about, Richie Sambora was the guitar player for the American hard rock band Bon Jovi from 1983 to... Continue Reading →
My Top 10 Bon Jovi Songs
Back in July, there were speculations that Richie Sambora was planning to release a new studio album in the fall. You know, the one he’s been working on since the pandemic. Flash forward to November, four months later, and Sambora hasn’t released the album yet. What’s holding him back from releasing the dang thing? We’re... Continue Reading →
Is It Time for Bon Jovi to Retire?
I’m going to put a pause on the Disney College Program blog posts to talk about something that’s been trending in the music world recently (at least in my opinion). The American rock band Bon Jovi kicked off their 2022 tour in Omaha, Nebraska at the CHI Health Center on Friday, April 1. Unfortunately, they... Continue Reading →
Jon Bon Jovi vs. Richie Sambora – Who Sang It Better?
Disclaimer: I’m not here to start any drama between Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, nor am I here to make their fans turn against me. These are just my opinions. Though, I apologize if some of my words are a bit harsh! It’s about time we do another Richie Sambora appreciation post because why... Continue Reading →
I Had Higher Hopes for Skid Row’s Debut Album | Album Review
When I first got into rock music back in 2018, Skid Row was one of the many bands that were added to my Spotify playlist. Once I started my CD collection last year, I knew I had to have the band’s debut album because 1) I was familiar with hit singles and 2) I liked... Continue Reading →
Whitesnake’s ‘Slip of the Tongue’ Is Not All Good, But Not All Bad | Album Review
After I begged my parents to take me to Hungry Ear Records in Kakaʻako, my mom wanted to go to Pearlridge, so that she could go to Macy’s and I could go to the Book Off. One of the albums I found was Whitesnake’s Slip of the Tongue (1989). Some of the panel on Sea... Continue Reading →
Bon Jovi’s ‘New Jersey’ Had Room for Improvement | Album Review
I was hesitant to get Bon Jovi’s New Jersey (1988) at first, since Richie Sambora isn’t in Bon Jovi anymore, therefore, I shouldn’t have anything to do with Bon Jovi, which is stupid because I previously bought 7800° Fahrenheit (1985). If you want to check out that review, click on the link here! I finally... Continue Reading →
Bon Jovi’s ‘7800° Fahrenheit’ Is Cheesy, But Enjoyable | Album Review
Here’s a funny story. When I was browsing through the Book Off at Pearlridge, I found Bon Jovi’s 7800° Fahrenheit (1985) and Slippery When Wet (1986). I was torn between those two albums because while the latter is a classic, I’m all about showing love for the underappreciated stuff. The only track I knew from... Continue Reading →
Songs with the Same Title – Bon Jovi Edition
I started a series back in July, where I talk about songs with the same title, but I only did one so far (Songs with the Same Title - Backstreet Boys Edition). Now I'm bringing it back, and this time, the main focus will be on Bon Jovi. However, I'll only be focusing on songs... Continue Reading →