Sunday, July 31, 2011

Bon Jovi will take a long break after completing their European tour in Lisbon

Lisbon, July 30 (EFE) .- The American rock band Bon Jovi on Sunday closed their European tour in Lisbon "Open Air", a concert will be the last before a break in his career, after nearly thirty years on stage. After the last two concerts intensive Spanish in Barcelona and San Sebastian, New Jersey's band will give away your audience a battery of hits inspired by "The Ultimate Collection", his second collection and final album released in 2010.

Organizers said Saturday his performance they expect about 55,000 attendees at the Bela Vista Park, the same venue that hosted in 2008 to 90,000 in his final performance in this country, within the festival "Rock in Rio". according to spokesmen for the developer "Everything is New", to try to lead the tide of supporters, the authorities will launch lisboetas two special bus lines and two direct trains to Porto, the second largest city.

Some of the most loyal fans of Bon Jovi have already anticipated the predictable lines and camped out since last Friday at the park gates, so that no obstacle preventing them from being in the front row of the concert. Americans try not to disappoint the devotion Portuguese and meet the expectations of an end of tour that sounds like "goodbye" by the announcement of the group in January, that will take a break of two years.

The long vacation will arrive after one of the most intense and lucrative tours of his career, thanks to the machine shows a collection of music and fiction, armed with visual projections and effects on stage. The same group's leader, Jon Bon Jovi, acknowledged in interviews that causes surprise to many to see those guys with hairy rock metal style of the eighties to reach 100 million euros of revenue in 2010.

But the group keeps in shape with over 125 million records sold, 2,700 concerts in fifty countries and a Grammy in 2005 for best duet with the song "Who Says You Can not Go Home?". None of the stages completed without great success. If its beginning started with a golden eighties "hits" and "Livin 'on Prayer", the nineties approached their music to rock gently with your album "These Days".

Beginning in 2000 the band was renewed in image and sound with a commercial twist to the pop rock and dance harvested recognizable anthems like "It's My Life", which links loudly to fans of all ages. Despite the brackets announced in his career, third in his musical life, the singer himself, who is next acumplir 50 years old, pleaded proud of the persistence of the group, which is "like a family," and in turn reiterated that so far no date for final withdrawal.

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