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Jon Bon Jovi

Bon Jovi says he didn't want to disappoint Vancouver fans

Jon Bon Jovi says he rebooked a canceled Vancouver show at a new venue because he didn't want to disappoint fans in the city he called home for six years. The New Jersey-born rock star performed Saturday night at Rogers Arena backed by The Kings of Suburbia after complications with a promoter forced the cancellation of their performance in Stanley Park. His Vancouver show was a homecoming of sorts. Bon Jovi recorded three albums, including the smash hit "Slippery When Wet," while living in the city between 1986 and 1992. Bon Jovi opened the concert on an appropriate note with his song, "Who Says You Can't Go Home," co-written by former band member Richie...