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The cover of Bon Jovi ‘new album “2020” has a touch of Camelot
March 9, 2020
Bon Jovi said on Monday on the band’s website, that John Bon Jovi’s picture, only with sunglasses and a thoughtful look, with his fist on his chin, was inspired by the JFK image from 1962.
“The inspiration for the Bon Jovi 2020 cover is a picture of John F. Kennedy, taken by Michael Osh in August 1962,” the commander said. “The president literally and figuratively represents a crowd in California. I saw this picture and wondered what the president was thinking. Given that there are so many socially conscious songs in the album and my admiration for JFK pictures, I asked photographer Clay McBride to take it as a cover,” Bon Jovi 2020 concerts. “
McBride is a New York City-based photographer whose credits include LeBron James, Allen Everson, Norah Jones and Kid Rock.
The singer, “2020”, said Bon Jovi’s follow-up to “This House Is Not For Sale” for 2016 will contain “more socially aware” topics, including arms control, veteran affairs, politics, family meaning and more.
“2020”, released on May 15, is Bon Jovi’s first album featuring Jon Bon Jovi without the band’s members since it debuted in 1984.
“Unbroken” and “Limitless” singles were already released. “Unbroken” will be re-recorded with members of the British Veterans Choir and Prince Harry on February 28 at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London. These individual rewards will support the Invictus Games, a global sporting event for injured and injured Veterans founded by the Prince.
The band announced an 18-day American tour of Bon Jovi 2020 that begins on June 10 in Tacoma, Washington and ends with shows on July 27-28 in Madison Square Garden.