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Hi Heart Radio puts the spotlight on one showcase one show he hasn't origins from when lead singer Jon Bon Jovi Mickey Portis David Bryant any form Devey and called Atlantic City expressway in nineteen seventy the bad didn't last in Jon Bon Jovi also play gives the New Jersey in New York City area in nineteen eighty-three he wrote in suddenly Jean goals for in New York City rock station the station including this on runaway and promotional out with us on getting popularity he reunited with Bryant can added aces to Alex such Drummer to go tourists and guitar streaky Sam Board to the new begins lineup they got a record deal in nineteen eighty-four and after their original name on the electorate was rejected took the name Bon Jovi from Johns last they're self titled debut was released in nineteen eighty-four and included runaway and a moderate his she don't know me their major breakthrough was nineteen eighty-six is slippery win last named after a strip club in Vancouver Bon Jovi third studio out of spent eight weeks at number one was the best Selling album of nineteen eighty-seven andor best-selling album today and also had the number one hits you give lotta bad name and eleven on a bright there one show the small up was nineteen eighty-eight New Jersey which it number one in both the us and in the UK and had to more never won hits and bad medicine and I'll be there for you with am massive to earth more than twenty two countries in two hundred and thirty-two shows including a sold out homecoming at shine Stadium in New Jersey following sixteen months of nonstop during by Joe these members were exhausted and the band with their separate ways in nineteen ninety with no future plans they worked out their differences and released keep the faith in nineteen eighty-two but the album was a letdown from New Jersey that of Rose's at number ten on the charts.