Bon Jovi is a hard rock band from Sayreville, New Jersey and it was formed in the year 1983. The band’s lineup consists of Jon Bon Jove (he is a lead singer and namesake), Richie Sambora as a guitarist, David Bryan as a keyboardist, Tico Torres as a drummer and Hugh McDonald as current bassist. During the 26 year history of the band, its line up has remained mostly static. The only exception is the departure of Alec John Such in the year 1994. Alec John was unofficially replaced by Hugh McDonald.
The band is known for writing several rock themes and it achieved recognition with the release of their third album “Slippery When Wet”, it was released in the year 1986. Bon Jovi is famous for many of its hit songs which includes “Livin’ on a Prayer” (this song has became their signature song), “You Give Love a Bad Name”, “Wanted Dead or Alive”, “Bad Medicine”, Keep the Faith”, “Bed of Shoes”, “it’s My Life”, Have a Nice Day”, “Every Day” and “Always”. The recent hit single released by the band is “Superman Tonight”. The band has released eleven studio albums, two compilation albums and one live album in its career.