Jon Bon Jovi turns 55 today (March 2), and it goes without saying that in addition to being an absolute force live decades after debuting, he has, without a doubt, aged extremely well. (And he's embraced a silver-haired look and got better looking. JBJ is unreal!)
Without a doubt, 2016 will be remembered for all of the artists we lost, with Prince being one of the most-influential artists on that list. In 2017, the icon will be honored in a new documentary that will feature some of rock’s biggest names.
Bono has gone through many looks ever since U2’s debut album was released in 1980, but as far as looks go, it doesn’t get more iconic than his leather vest phase during the band’s promotion and tour behind The Joshua Tree.
On September 27, 2007, Bono was at National Constitution Center receiving the Liberty Medal award for his humanitarian efforts throughout Africa. In honor of this moment happening in our city, here's MGK's list of classic rock's most charitable artists.
Today (June 8th) is National Best Friends Day, and while there’s plenty of musicians BFFs we could highlight, we couldn’t help but wonder who we’d choose from the classic rock world to be our own best friends. Here’s five that come to mind.