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Richie Sambora Releases Solo Single
Richie Sambora Releases Solo Single

Richie Sambora hasn’t just been on vacation while playing hooky from the globe-trotting Bon Jovi, he’s just released a new solo single. Ultimate Classic Rock reported that the new track, “Come Back As Me,” which has been initially posted as a YouTube upload, might be addressing his current issues with Jon Bon Jovi and his place in the band’s pecking order, with such lines as: “What do you want me to say/I gave you everything I could give/But everything just wasn’t enough, so I just let live and live” There’s been no word as to when the song will be available for digital download, or whether it’s a teaser for a larger project.

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Sambora and fashion designer Nikki Lund have recently inked a new deal for their fashion line Nikki Rich with HSN, telling RumorFix.com, “We just closed a deal with HSN and we’re doing Shop Japan. . . We’re going to be distributing music on the clothes.” Lund added that “each piece of clothing will have an authorization code for music that you can download from your computer.”

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