After laying low for a few weeks, Richie Sambora has decided to speak up about his recent departure from the Bon Jovi lineup -- and it sounds like fans may need to start preparing for the possibility that he may never return.
Jon Bon Jovi still isn't going on the record about the circumstances that led to Richie Sambora's abrupt departure from Bon Jovi's most recent tour, but he insists the door is wide open for Sambora's return.
More bad news for Richie Sambora fans. Bon Jovi recently revealed that the guitarist will be sitting out the upcoming European and South African legs of their current ‘Because We Can’ tour, which kicks off on May 7.
During his visit today (April 23) to the 'Ellen' show, Jon Bon Jovi talked about his band's 30 year history -- and of course was asked to comment on guitarist Richie Sambora's recent departure from their tour.
We're starting to learn more details -- or at least, hear some depressing theories -- about the "personal issues" that led to Richie Sambora's departure from the current Bon Jovi tour. According to one source, the decision was the result of Sambora's continuing issue…
A fair number of Bon Jovi fans feared that Richie Sambora's recently announced absence from the upcoming leg of the band's current tour might indicate a reprise of Sambora's struggles with substance abuse, but it sounds like the only substance involved is cash.
In news that hopefully isn't as troubling as it seems, Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora will miss the next leg of Bon Jovi's touring commitments due to what the band is describing as "personal issues."
For the 27th consecutive year, WhyHunger is holding its Hungerthon to raise funds to fight poverty. To help reach their goal, the organization has acquired a handful of guitars and other memorabilia by many rock legends, which are being auctioned online.
Fans of 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson' will soon get a musical surprise when they tune in before falling asleep. TV Guide is reporting that, for the week of Dec. 3, Bon Jovi lead guitarist Richie Sambora will serve as the house band for the popular CBS show.