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Thursday, 1 January 2015

Jon Bon Jovi Shows Up To Jets Game Vs. New England Patriots To Hang With Bill Belichick

Owner of the New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft (left to right) New Jersey rock star Jon Bon Jovi and the Patriots, Bill Belichick, head coach on the sideline during pregame warmups as the New York Jets prepare to Patriots host the Sun, December 21 at MetLife Stadium.

The last time we talked own Jon Bon Jovi New Jersey and NFL potential ownership group of the Buffalo Bills was being rejected.

But maybe he's getting some further advice owned by a friend.

The Sunday before Week 16 game against the Jets New England Patriots, Bon Jovi was presented at MetLife Stadium and broke with his good friend, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, along with ever-smiling coach Bill Belichick.
Kraft Bon Jovi helped make the ice cube Challenge with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in August and has been lit banking Patriots before.

Still, it can be annoying Bon Jovi is not encouraging his team status at home, if you want.

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Guns N’ Roses Vs. Bon Jovi – Ultimate Classic Rock Hall Of Fame Semifinals

In the semifinals! Ballots are being accepted for the next round of voting for the last Classic Rock Hall of Fame, with Guns N 'Roses squaring off against Bon Jovi for the right to advance to the final.

Every month our readers to decide which of eight artists or legendary bands will be honored for his contributions to the genre. In the previous round, Bon Jovi emerged victorious from a fierce contest, claiming 55 percent of the vote to the Red Hot Chili Peppers' 45 percent.

Meanwhile, Guns and frontman Axl Rose longtime easily got past Jane Addiction and Perry Farrell, winning 84 percent of votes cast for Jane 16 percent.

So who will make the final? That's your call. As always, it is a contest of fan-voted 100 percent. You can cast your ballot semifinals once a day between now and November 24th at 23:59 ET. Be sure to read our official rules, and good luck to both very worthy of Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame candidates!

Thursday, 25 September 2014

Heidi Klum Eyeing Bon Jovi’s Penthouse

Heidi Klum unprotected $ 37.5 million penthouse Jon Bon Jovi on Mercer Street.

Supermodel Heidi Klum and mom is watching the center penthouses.

One point recorded was $ 37500000, prewar penthouse rock star Jon Bon Jovi at 158 ​​Mercer St., the building of the New Museum in SoHo. The six-bedroom unit is 7,452 square feet. The elevator opens into a hallway leading to a large room with a wood burning fireplace, a dining room and a chef's kitchen with 11-foot ceilings. Top - accessed by stairs or elevator - there is a living room and dining room more formal, with another fireplace and second kitchen. The impressive floor to roof gardens opens. This level also has a projection room, screening room, additional bedroom, bathroom and powder room.

Urban Compass listing brokers Leonard Steinberg and Hervé Senequier Douglas Elliman and Raphael De Niro did not return calls.

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Jon Bon Jovi's Bills Group Asked Again For Clarification On Intentions Not To Move Team

Jon Bon Jovi has stated publicly that is keeping the Bills in western New York (so has Ron Jaworski).

But Morgan Stanley, the bank runs the sale Bills not like him or his group based in Toronto, joining a group of skeptics Buffalo fans I believe.

According to QMI John Kryk, the group Bon Jovi was asked to "clarify its intentions relocation."

The group was told their first offer (Kryk says it was "perhaps less than $ 900 million") was too low and was also asked "to provide greater assurance that plans to keep the Bills long term area buffalo.”The group Bon Jovi required, but is now calling resubmit.

The other news story Kryk? Now there are up to eight finalists to buy the NFL franchise. If that's the case, competition may be more difficult - and it could take more time to choose an owner.

"I do not know if it's real. We are in the oddball world right now," a source told Kryk.

Thursday, 12 June 2014

Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora: 'I Understand Fans' Hostility' Over Tour Departure

Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora says he understands why fans were upset by the abrupt departure of the group "Tour because we can."

"I can see why they (the fans) are hostile," says Sambora "Because they went out and bought tickets and they expected me play, too. So, there is some hostility in my opinion that would come along with that."

Sambora - Bon Jovi founding member and native of Woodbridge - is set to tour Australia later this month. He left the Bon Jovi world tour citing "personal problems", in April 2013.

After the departure of Sambora, TMZ, citing unnamed sources close to the situation said the wait time was due to precipitation of finance. The tabloid also claimed Sambora Bon Jovi would be underestimated.

Bon Jovi closed shortly after the report and denied that he and Sambora were fiefdom.

In November 2013, TMZ photographers Sambora met at the airport in Los Angeles and asked if a meeting was likely to Bon Jovi. "Yes, at some point," he replied.

Sambora was replaced by Phil X for the rest of the "Tour because we can", as was the case in 2011, when he entered rehab.

"I'm sure it's a large guitar and I'm sure that people have a good time anyway," says Sambora FasterLouder Phil X. "It was one of those moments.'m Not saying that the band is over, I do not I know, but that's the way it is now.”

In his recent interview, Sambora said he was absent from the tour because I needed a break.

"I have not been home for a year ever," says Sambora. "I missed a lot of life. Badge And love and happiness is worth more than the currency of money. And I'm sure it was not a popular decision, but I had to."

Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Donald Trump And Jon Bon Jovi Mentioned As Buyers For Buffalo Bills

April 9, 2014. Recording artist Jon Bon Jovi , right , and his wife Dorothea Hurley attends the Food Bank for New York Awards Gala Charity do in New York.The Associated Press

Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly is ready to make an offer to buy the Buffalo Bills . Donald Trump is on board, too.

Do not pass by the family of owner Jeremy Jacobs Boston Bruins. E includes the name of New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi for more flavors.

It is not every day - or every year - one NFL franchise goes on the market as the bills are, after the death of owner Ralph Wilson last month.

Wilson wishes to have the team sold instead of being transmitted to his family raise the possibility that the bills are moved from the city that has been his home for over 50 years. Toronto and Los Angeles are the possible landing sites because the owners have the opportunity to earn more money than in Buffalo, the second smallest market in the NFL.

Prospective owners are already lining or at least expressing interest.

Without naming names, the Deputy Erie County Executive Richard Tobe said he has been contacted by a maximum of 10 groups of potential owners, which has said to contact the team.

The Bills were valued by Forbes magazine last year at $ 870 million , but the sale price could go higher, given the number of bidders is expected and the shortage of NFL teams in the market .

The formal bidding process will not begin until the estate of Wilson names a investment banking firm to put an updated value of the franchise and oversee the negotiations.

"We're waiting," Michael Cohen, executive vice president of Trump said this week. “And Mr. Trump is at the top of the list.”

Cohen said Trump, the real estate mogul and reality TV star New York City, has already contacted the NFL, Wilson and several farm owners in the league.
"No one is more serious than Donald Trump," Cohen said, reiterating one point Trump did last week in tweets. “Donald Trump has made clear that the Bills will stay in Buffalo.”

Dan Kelly, vice president of Jim Kelly Inc., told The Associated Press last week that his brother will pursue the Bills.
"Jim is an active participant in moving forward," Kelly said, noting that his brother will pursue the Bills despite undergoing treatment for a recurrence of breast cancer.

The name of the Jacobs family also continues to appear, according to several people familiar with the process.
"He is definitely a player," one person told the AP, speaking on condition of anonymity because Jacobs has not revealed his plans.

Last week, Mr. Jeremy Jacobs issued a statement saying it has no intention of selling the Bruins to purchase the Bills, a move that would be necessary because NFL rules do not allow owners to control major sports franchises different markets. But Jacobs’s statement did not address whether their children could be involved in a group of owners.

Jacobs is from Buffalo, and three children, Jeremy Jr., Lou and Charlie, are the directors of the company based in Buffalo caterer Delaware North. Charlie Jacobs is also a principal of the Bruins.

Then there's Bon Jovi, which is linked to Larry Tanenbaum, a developer based in Toronto and president of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, which controls the Raptors of the NBA and the NHL Maple Leafs.

While Bon Jovi and Tanenbaum have close ties, no formal relationship has been made between the two implies a potential purchase of the bills and their relocation to Toronto.

The representative of Bon Jovi, Ken Sunshine said: “Jon is passionate about owning an NFL team," but steered clear of any mention of the Bills.

There are major obstacles that stand in the way of equipment relocation for the duration of the lease of 10 years who came to the state and county in December 2012.

The Bills could incur a fine of $ 400 million, including addressing the prospect of moving during the term of the concession. There is one exception that would allow the Bills to break the lease for a little less than $ 28400000 in July 2020.

Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Donald Trump And Jon Bon Jovi Will Battle To Buy The Buffalo Bills

With the recent death of owner Ralph Wilson, the Buffalo Bills will go on sale and Jon Bon Jovi and Donald Trump are among those interested in buying the NFL franchise.

Bon Jovi is a group based in Toronto is expected to bid for the Bills with the intention of eventually moving the team north of the border to become the first Canadian franchise in the NFL according to the Toronto Sun

However, the Bills lease with Erie County does not allow the team to move at least until 2020.

Second only to Los Angeles, Toronto is the second largest in North America without an NFL team city has been home to a Bills game every year since 2008. However, attendance at the Bills games in Toronto has declined in recent years and the series will not be played in 2014.

Donald Trump has also thrown his name into the mix and insists that he will “give a heavy shot “for the purchase of the bills according to the Buffalo News.

Trump, the former owner of the New Jersey Generals of the now-defunct USFL, also makes it clear that he would keep the team in Buffalo since that will make it more convenient for him, living in New York.

With a net worth reported $ 3.9 billion, Trump may be able to pay the price, probably approach $ 1.0 billion. Strict property of NFL owners requires groups include at least one person who owns at least 30 % of the team.
Unlike Trump, speculation is that Bon Jovi would not be able to pass the 30% rule, meaning that he would not be the majority owner.

NFL teams are among the most valuable major sports franchises in the world, with an average value of U.S. $ 1.1 million according to the latest ratings. The Bills are valued at $ 870 million.