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Bon Jovi streaming final show of tour tonight!
Bon Jovi streaming final show of tour tonight!

Jersey rockers Bon Jovi tonight will treat their fans worldwide to a front row seat (in their living rooms) to the band’s final concert of their current Because We Can North American tour. The group’s show in San Jose, CA will be streamed live by the new startup company Evntlive, however, according to their website, you’ll need to use either Chrome, Safari or Safari on iPhone and iPad as your browser to be able to view the show. In more Bon Jovi news, on Monday, Jon Bon Jovi assured Ellen Degeneres that Richie Sambora “is absolutely still a member of the band.” Degeneres immediately asked, “He’s still your guitar player?” Bon Jovi replied, “Absolutely.”

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