An article from the NJ Courier (not all print versions have this article, apparently).
From the Meadowlands to the multiplex, Bon Jovi's "Circle Tour" has come 'round again. "Circle Tour" has come 'round again.
"Bon Jovi … The Circle Tour" will be screened in movie theaters across the country at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 8. The concert movie documents the band's four-night, sold-out engagement at the new Meadowlands Stadium last spring, which began with the inaugural concert at the stadium on May 26.
"The Circle Tour" went on to become the top concert of the summer in North America, according to Pollstar and Billboard. The tour promoted the band's 11th studio album, "The Circle," released in 2009.
Local venues for the movie include Ocean Township's Middlebrook Galleria Cinema 10, 1502 Route 35, and North Brunswick's Regal Commerce Center 18, 2399 Route 1.
The theater screening also will include Bon Jovi's video for the track, "What Do You Got," one of four new songs from Bon Jovi's "Greatest Hits," set for release Nov. 9. The other new tracks are "The More Things Change," "No Apologies," and "This Is Love, This Is Life."
The concert movie will be screened in more than 550 theaters nationwide. Tickets are $15 and can be bought at the box office or through www.FathomEvents.com.
The Central Jersey-based band also has announced its 2011 concert tour, promoting "Greatest Hits."
Bon Jovi will perform Feb. 24 and 25 at Madison Square Garden in New York and March 2 at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
To promote "Greatest Hits," the group will perform Nov. 9 on "The Late Show with David Letterman" on CBS, Nov. 12 on "The Today Show" on NBC, Nov. 17 on "Private Sessions" on A&E, Nov. 21 on "The American Music Awards" on ABC, Nov. 23 on "Ellen," and Nov. 25 on "Heroes" on CNN.
Also on TV this month, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-nominated band will be featured on the popular show "Glee." In addition, Bon Jovi will be interviewed Nov. 22 on CNN's "Larry King Live."
Bon Jovi is led by singer/guitarist Jon Bon Jovi, a Sayreville native with a home in
Middletown. His bandmates are Woodbridge native Richie Sambora on guitar/vocals, and Colts Neck residents David Bryan on keyboards/vocals and Tico Torres, drums. The band also features bassist Hugh McDonald.
Seeing as how I'm not seeing the movie in New Jersey, and that I knew about the TV appearances, the one thing I took from this article is "at least SOMEONE is acknowledging that Huey is part of the band"!!