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Bon Jovi Going to Perform at Jersey 4 Jersey Fundraiser

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Legendary singer, Bon Jovi has recently announced he made a new song about coronavirus. And he acknowledges he took help from fans writing it. His new song called ‘Do What You Can’ is written by the singer with lyrics and suggestions from fans. Bon Jovi also announced that he will be performing it first time on April 22, 2020. He and Bruce Springsteen will together perform at Jersey 4 Jersey fundraiser. Along with Bon Jovi SZA, Danny DeVito, Halsey and many more will also perform on April 22nd. All proceeds that will come from this fundraiser will go to the State to help them battle against coronavirus.

Where can you catch the performance?

The performances will be streamed online on Apple Music, ABC, and SiriusXM. But while talking to Howard Stern on SiriusXM Bon Jovi said:

“I wrote a new song about the situation that we’re in, so I’m going to perform that in its entirety for the first time ever. And then of course I should do Livin’ on a Prayer, because it’s such an important song for so many people, and it brings us back to happier days.”

Bon Jovi has been working on this song all last month. But he didn’t write it all by himself. He called upon fans to co-write the lyrics with him based on his original idea.

Bon Jovi 2020 – what’s new?

Back in January this year, Bon Jovi’s team announced that the singer’s new album is due to release on May 15, 2020. The new album is going to cover a lot of political issues as per a press release by Bon Jovi’s team:

“it’s a compelling breadth and depth of songwriting from Jon Bon Jovi where he tackles current tough topics such as gun control, veterans’ issues, politics, the meaning of family, and much more”.

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