Jon Bon Jovi: "I had no plans for Bon Jovi, they were all or nothing"

Jon Bon Jovi: “I had no plans for Bon Jovi, they were all or nothing”

The first trailer of the docuseries on the more than forty-year history of Bon Jovi has been released. The documentary, entitled “Thank you, goodnight: the Bon Jovi story”, will be available from April 26th on Hulu, an American streaming platform managed by Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution. The four episodes will be available internationally on Disney+ and on Star+ in Latin America.

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Borrowing the words of Bruce Springsteen, one of the guests of the documentary interviewed to tell the story of the band, the trailer starts from the beginnings of this “group of young guys, from New Jersey, who are making themselves heard”. From the first studio recordings, to the rise in the 1980s and the writing of “Livin' on a prayer” (“This is the best song we've written to date”, we hear in the video), the docuseries reaches up to the more recent years, also touching on Jon Bon Jovi's vocal cord problem.

The four-part documentary, directed and produced by Gotham Chopra (“Kobe Bryant's Muse,” “Man in the Arena”), includes interviews with all members of the group, including Richie Sambora, who left the band in 2013. “I'm excited”, says the guitarist in the trailer: “Will we tell the truth or lie? What we will do?”.

Together with the testimonies of the members of Bon Jovi, about which the frontman states in the trailer: “I had no plan b, the band was all or nothing”, there is also that of Bruce Springsteen, who regarding the group's music in the video claims : “Jon's choruses want to be sung by 20,000 people in an arena.”

The intent of the documentary, as stated by Hulu, is to tell “the epic past and uncertain future of one of the most recognizable bands in the world and its frontman Jon Bon Jovi”, and promises to exclude nothing, while also addressing the problems of the frontman. According to Bon Jovi, their story will be told in the series as “a 40-year odyssey of rock and roll idolatry threatened by a vocal cord injury that could end it all at any moment.”

Recently, Jon Bon Jovi was honored with a gala honoring him as the 2024 MusiCares Person of the Year. Many artists participated in the event, including Springsteen with whom the Bon Jovi fortman performed “Who Says You Can't Go Home” and “Promised Land”.