Bon Jovi Obituary, Death – John Francis Bongiovi Jr., who is better known by his stage name Jon Bon Jovi, was born in 1962 in the United States. He is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor. He is also famous for performing under the stage name Jon Bon Jovi. The formation of the rock band Bon Jovi in 1983 and his ongoing role as the band’s frontman are among his most significant achievements.
In addition to the 15 studio albums that he has released with his band, he has recorded and released two albums under his own name. In the 1990s, Bon Jovi embarked on a career as an actor, starring in the films Moonlight and Valentino and U-571 as well as making cameos on television in Sex and the City, Ally McBeal, and The West Wing. He also won an Oscar for his performance in the film Moonlight.
The work that Jovi has done with the rock band Bon Jovi has brought him the most of his fame. The volume of work that Bon Jovi had produced as songwriters led to their induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in the year 2009. Billboard magazine’s list of “The Most Powerful and Influential People in the Music Business” in 2012 included him as the fifty-fifth most powerful and influential person in the music industry.
The phrase “Power 100” is commonly used to refer to this list. In 1996, People magazine named him one of the “50 Most Beautiful People in the World.” This honor was bestowed to him by the publication. In the year 2000, People magazine voted him the “Sexiest Rock Star,” and this honor was bestowed upon him.
One of the teams in the Arena Football League that Bon Jovi was instrumental in constructing was the Philadelphia Soul, and he served as a majority owner of the team at one point in its history. In 2006, he was the one who initiated the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation, and he is considered to be the foundation’s founder.