Bon Jovi invite former members to Hall of Fame induction

Bon Jovi invite former members to Hall of Fame induction

He didn't sing it, but Howard Stern essentially told Jon Bon Jovi, "I'll Be There For You" on his radio show Wednesday, agreeing to induct Bon Jovi into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland in April.

Rockstar Jon Bon Jovi says he planned on moving to Western New York and had no plans to move the Buffalo Bills to Toronto.

Stern asked Bon Jovi whether he believed that said Trump - who was also bidding on the team - helped orchestrate a campaign against the rock star and his music to try to discredit his bid.

Bon Jovi commented on his 2014 bid to purchase the franchise while speaking with Howard Stern. "Is that important?" Stern wondered about the Hall of Fame induction.

He said: "I am in really good shape vocally these days, so I think we can get deep into the catalogue". "I am thrilled to do it".

Guitarist Richie Sambora left Bon Jovi in 2013, but is expected to attend the Cleveland ceremony.

Bon Jovi will be part of the 33rd induction class, joining Dire Straits, Moody Blues, the Cards, Nina Simone and Sister Rosetta Tharpe as the newest members. Ever a man of his word, Bon Jovi performed on the show last night... Revealing that he's turned down other bands who've asked him to induct them in the past, Stern said later repeated he was honored, but anxious that despite more than three decades in radio, "I will fuck this up and you will be miserable".

"I'm over it now", he said. The ceremony will be held on April 14 and will air later on HBO.