Monday, September 17, 2012

Richie on Stern

Yes, Richie was on Howard Stern this morning.

 The whole interview can be found on my mediafire for your listening enjoyment. In case you just want to hear another live version of Every Road, YouTuber jenwill231 has posted it for us.

From the Howard Stern Examiner:
The Bon Jovi guitarist appeared in the Howard Stern Show studio with a different band on Monday morning as part of a new solo project he's working on. Sambora played his new single "Every Road Leeds Home to You" as well as the Bon Jovi classic "Livin' On A Prayer" live in studio. Sambora also talked about the early days of Bon Jovi, why he turned down an offer to join KISS in 1983 and what it's like to make love to Denise Richards. "She's lovely," said Sambora.

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