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How Bon Jovi Rocked Wembley Stadium in 1995
If you are a fan of Bon Jovi, you probably know that they performed three sold-out shows at Wembley Stadium in London in June 1995, as part of their These Days Tour. But did you know that one of those concerts was recorded and broadcasted on FM radio, and later released on DVD and bootleg CD
In this article, we will take a look at the legendary concert that took place on June 25, 1995, when Bon Jovi played in front of 72,000 fans and delivered a stunning performance that showcased their classic hits and their new songs from These Days album.
The concert started with the iconic anthem \"Livin' on a Prayer\", followed by \"You Give Love a Bad Name\" and \"Wild in the Streets\". The band then played four songs from their latest album: \"Keep the Faith\", \"Blood on Blood\", \"Always\" and \"I'd Die for You\". The crowd went wild as Jon Bon Jovi sang his heart out and Richie Sambora shredded his guitar.
The next song was \"Blaze of Glory\", Jon's solo hit from the movie Young Guns II, which featured a video montage of western scenes on the big screens. Then the band played their first hit \"Runaway\" from their debut album, and the epic ballad \"Dry County\" from Keep the Faith album.
The concert continued with \"Lay Your Hands on Me\", which featured Jon playing percussion on a huge drum set. Then the band played a medley of \"I'll Sleep When I'm Dead\" and \"Papa Was a Rolling Stone\", followed by another medley of \"Bad Medicine\" and \"Shout\". The band left the stage after playing for more than an hour and a half.
The fans cheered for more, and Bon Jovi returned to the stage with \"Bed of Roses\", a romantic song that Jon dedicated to his wife Dorothea. Then they played \"Hey God\", a hard-rocking song that addressed social issues and poverty. The band then surprised everyone by playing \"These Days\", the title track from their new album, which they had not played live before.
The next song was \"Rockin' All Over the World\", a cover of John Fogerty's song, which featured a special guest appearance by Little Steven, Jon's friend and former bandmate from Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes. Little Steven also joined the band for the next song, \"I Don't Like Mondays\", a cover of The Boomtown Rats' song, which also featured another special guest: Bob Geldof, the singer of The Boomtown Rats and the organizer of Live Aid.
The concert ended with two more classics: \"Wanted Dead or Alive\" and \"Someday I'll Be Saturday Night\". The band thanked the fans for their support and left the stage after playing for more than two hours.
The concert was recorded by BBC Radio 1 and broadcasted live on FM radio. It was also filmed by Polygram Video and released on VHS and Laserdisc in 1995, under the title Live from London. The DVD version was released in 1998 in USA and Canada, and in 2003 internationally. The concert was also included in the Cross Road: Deluxe Sound & Vision box set in 2005.
The concert is widely regarded as one of Bon Jovi's best live performances ever, and one of the most memorable concerts at Wembley Stadium. It showcases the band's energy, charisma, talent and passion for music. It also captures a moment in time when Bon Jovi were at the peak of their popularity and success.
If you want to relive this amazing concert, you can find it online as a bootleg CD under the title Bon Jovi 19950625 Live At Wembley Stadium London UK FM Bootleg FLAC. This is a high-quality audio recording that preserves the sound and atmosphere of the original broadcast. You can also watch the DVD version or stream it online.
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