1. The 33rd Annual 2018 Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony 04/14/18: Opening then profile on the band over the span of Bon Jovi’s career. After the segment Howard Stern comes out to induct the band and gives his unique opinion on why it took so long along with other funny comments. Bon Jovi accept the award with a heart felt acceptance speech followed by the original line up of the band reuniting onstage for a powerful performance celebrating its admission into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Jon Bon Jovi, Sambora and Such were joined by current bandmates David Bryan, Tico Torres and Hugh McDonald at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland, where the Rock Hall is based. They performed crowd favorites like “You Give Love a Bad Name” and “It’s My Life.” Sambora left Bon Jovi in 2013 and Such in 1994. Each of the members spoke onstage, giving thanks for the honor and telling old stories about the New Jersey band. They all hugged as a group afterward. (47 Minutes)
2. The IHeart Music Festival 9/27 & 28/2: Nights 1 and 2: Opening, then interview with Jon discussing voting then Bon Jovi rocked the stage from Nashville, Tennessee, led by Jon, 58, in all black perform It’s My Life. Later in the show Jon discusses the new songs inspired by COVID with a new song performance for the FIRST TIME “Do What You Can” with Jennifer Nettles. Jon introduces Miley Cyrus. Later in the show the band perform “Limitless” and “Livin’ on a Prayer” over the two night event.
3. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert 10/05/20: Opening, In-depth interview with Jon Bon Jovi. Stephen jokes with Jon about their appearance since COVID. Jon talks about “Soul Kitchen” non-for profit organization food bank. JOHN discusses his hernia operation and working with the Should Kitchen in March, April and May of this year. This is a long two segment interview that takes up most of the program. Later in the show the band perform “Do What You Can”
4. Rock Legends Season 2 Episode 18 09/16/14: Bon Jovi Classic music videos, news archives and leading music critics shine a spotlight on the long and storied career of New Jersey’s Bon Jovi. Music critics discuss Bon Jovi; featuring classic music videos and news archives.
5. Celebrating America 01/20/21: Bon Jovi perform the George Harrison classic “Here comes the sun”