"No stupid rock and roll attitude, just humble and gracious."
Bon Jovi‘s full line-up reunited over the weekend to take their place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. You can watch their performance in full below.
After being announced as the latest prestigious inductees in December last year, it was confirmed that Bon Jovi would join forces once more with former guitarist Richie Sambora and Alec John Such.
And on Friday, the much-anticipated performance finally took place, with Bon Jovi performing ‘You Give Love A Bad Name’, ‘It’s My Life’, ‘When We Were Us’ and ‘Livin On A Prayer’.
Check out footage of the performance below.
Inducting the band, radio shock jock Howard Stern said: “It’s an honor to be here tonight, ladies and gentlemen. I’ve known them since they’ve started, and aside from the incredible music accomplishments, they are some of the nicest men I ever met. No stupid rock and roll attitude, just humble and gracious.
“Whenever I would see them over the years, even with multi-platinum success, they each had a smile on their face in a welcoming way. An appreciation for their craft and their fans. In addition to music, their charity work feeding the homeless and helping the American Red Cross, lending a hand to the Special Olympics; that’s a rare humility and I love them for that. Great group. Iconic band.”