Sep 9, 2009


Tought it was a good date to have a break..
and maybe come back later.. for concert photos etc...
Stay tunned Alligators !

Sep 1, 2009

They're back to kick YOUR a$$ !

Bon Jovi Return to Rock With “The Circle” On November 10th.

Bon Jovi told Rolling Stone that they’ll be going “back to rock & roll” on their next album, and today we learned when their return to their roots will go down: Bon Jovi announced today that their next album The Circle will be released on November 10th. First single “We Weren’t Born To Follow

The Circle find Bon Jovi reteaming with producer John Shanks, who also worked with the band on 2005’s Have A Nice Day and 2007’s Lost Highway. Sambora also told RS that Bon Jovi would set out on tour to promote the album sometime in the Spring of 2010, promising that the ensuing trek is “going to be a big one.”

  1. We Weren't Born To Follow
  2. When We Were Beautiful
  3. Work For The Working Man
  4. Superman Tonight
  5. Bullet
  6. Thorn In My Side
  7. Live Before You Die
  8. Brokenpromiseland
  9. Love's The Only Rule
  10. Fast Cars
  11. Happy Now
  12. Learn To Love

Jun 30, 2009

Stand By Me

Bon Jovi joins exiled Iranian singer Andy Madadian in a song to show solidarity with the Iranian people. We like anything Bon Jovi does, but we're really loving that he took the time to create this amazing song.

It's a new version of Ben E. King's "Stand By Me," and Bon Jovi even duets in Farsi with Andy Madadian in the first verse! According to the song's co-producer, Don Was, the song was the result of a conversation he had with Madadian about "whether there was something we could do just to send out a little message of solidarity, remembering the '60s, believing music can change things."

So, the two went to the recording studio and saw Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, and John Shanks having lunch outside. Was told them what they were doing and Jon Bon Jovie said, "Look, man, if you do it right now we'll do it with you." And so they did.

It's a duet between Bon Jovi and Madadian, who has been living in the U.S. since the Iranian Revolution of 1970. Joining them on the song is Richie Sambora on guitar, Was on bass, Patrick Leonard on keyboards, and Jeff Rothchild on drums.

According to Was, "We just cut it and the video is the session. It took about four hours and just fell into place nicely."

The song is not for sale and Was says it was never meant to even hit the Billboard charts. They created the song to be downloaded and shared by the people of Iran and as Was says, "The whole idea was to get it into Iran and tell carry on, that the world is watching and we're with you."

Source: Limelife

Jun 29, 2009

The Boss is calling !

Bruuuuuuuuuuuuuuce in Hyde Park - it's something like this....

London Calling
She's The One
Outlaw Pete
Out In The Street
Working On A Dream
Johnny 99
Good Lovin'
Bobby Jean
No Surrender
Waiting On A Sunny Day
Promised Land
Racing In The Street
Radio Nowhere
Lonesome Day
The Rising
Born To Run

Hard Times
American Land
Glory Days
Dancing In The Dark

Jun 27, 2009

Here we go again !

London calling... the Boss in Hyde Park this weekend youhouuuu !

Day -1: Countdown almost over :-)

Jun 26, 2009

Jun 16, 2009

Paris ain't a bad place to be...

Here we go again: AC/DC in Paris - my second concert !

Well what a day ! The weather was beautfiul, sunny and so hot. I still got my red nose for souvenir... but the main memory is of course the band on stage !

After a long waiting under the sun, the stress because of the bad organisation (as always), drunk and dumb people... it's time to enter the stadium.
Got a correct spot along the middle stage at about 30m from the stage.

Two Support Acts: Café Bertrand & The Answer.
It was ok but I didn't pay much attention I was just waiting for the boys !

The stadium which contains 80000 people is sold out (f*ck!ng awesome), the golden pit is full and all the little devils are ready to rock.

9.00 PM - here they are !
The animation on big screens and the train is about to enter.
Everybody got insane and it was a constant fight to keep the spot.

No surprise for the setlist except for Dog Eat Dog (good to hear this song live though).
Rock n Roll Train, Hell Ain't a Bad Place To be, Back In Black, Big Jack, Dirty deeds done dirt cheap, Shot Down in Flames, Thunderstruck, Black Ice, The Jack, Hells Bells, Shoot to thrill, War Machine, Dog Eat Dog, Anything Goes, You Shook Me all night long, TNT, Whole lotta Rosie, Let There Be Rock, Highway To Hell, For Those About To Rock

The best moments for me were:
Hell Ain't a Bad Place To be, Dirty deeds done dirt cheap (can't get enough of this song), Thunderstruck (incerdible intro) , The Jack (always a good live and Angus's strip ^^) and TNT (impressive to hear & see 80000 people screaming oi oi oi oiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii)

Too bad they didn't add more songs or change the setlist.
Anyway it was a hard concert (physically) because everydoy pushed and it was not easy to keep the place or having a good stage view.
Impossible to move or even breathe because of the crowd.

And for those about to rock, especially my friends, I salute you !

And if you want to see how it was..
check those links to Youtube (videos from fans)

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Highway To Hell
For Those About To Rock