Bon Jovi Tickets Half Price — Richie Sambora Still Out

Posted on October 9th, 2013 at 1:22 pm
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Jon Bon Jovi certainly puts the “Bon Jovi” in the rock band, but are fans losing interest since guitarist Richie Sambora was fired from the tour and drummer Tico Torres went on medical leave?

The ’80s band is appearing in Los Angeles on Friday and they have slashed ticket prices by 46 percent on Living Social.

The band is coming to Richie Sambora’s home town and he won’t be on stage, but the good news is the band’s longtime drummer Tico returned to the tour Tuesday night after his appendectomy in Mexico.

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    • Jule

      Tico is back and better than ever. Richie has been gone so long, he’s no longer missed.

      • katzemawi

        He is still missed

    • Susan

      Once again, a silly article appears when Richie and his dumb fashion partner are having an event, this time a M&G. What a low class duo trying to promote a low class fashion line, using this kind of crap news about Bon Jovi. With no Richie Bon Jovi is the number one act in the world.

    • DualLeads

      “Losing interest?” What an idiot.
      The top act of 2013 is going back to cities for a second time on the tour – probably not the brightest move strategically, but these repeat engagements in certain markets definitely accounts for the drop in sales. In the big picture of things – and hate to break the writer’s bubble – tour still a great worldwide success, even without the Sambora…

    • Simongrest

      80′s band?

    • jessycardy

      All of your articles about Bon Jovi are delusional, and it saddens me to no end that Richie is best buddies with you or people like you who write bull’ about others for a living.
      Also, you might want to crawl out from under that rock you’ve been living for the last 30 years: Bon Jovi’s adventure indeed started in the ’80s, but has never stopped or slowed down since then.