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Bon Jovi 'may play full albums during London shows'
Electric guitar player Richie Sambora has revealed that Bon Jovi have a few tricks up their sleeve for their 15-night residency at the 02 Arena in London, which is taking place in June 2010.
Speaking to Billboard, Sambora hinted that fans of the group may be treated to every song off different albums on some nights.
"We might do Slippery When Wet in its entirety or Lost Highway in its entirety," the electric guitar player stated.
"I'm sure we'll do The Circle in its entirety a few times on this tour, because we're really proud of this record."
Bon Jovi's marathon world tour, which will not finish until August 2011, is set to take in 30 different countries and involve 135 live shows.
Sambora added that fans could still expect to hear all the hits, as well as plenty of covers and some songs from their earlier days.
Since Bon Jovi formed, the band has sold more than 120 million records and played to around 34 million fans.
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Posted on 9 Feb 2010 11:23 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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