Jon Bon Jovi, the legendary name of the 80s, signaled that he could leave music. Jon Bon Jovi had surgery on his vocal cords in 2022.

The musician, who continues to undergo vocal therapy to protect his voice, told The Sunday Times, "I'm saying this for the first time. If my singing is not great, if I can't be the man I once was, then I'm done. And I don't mind that," he said.

"There's a big difference between being in the studio and being on the road. We just recorded a new album. I sing every day in voice therapy," the 62-year-old Bon Jovi said, adding that he wants to perform for two and a half hours a night, "I know how well I can do it. If I can't, I don't need to be fat Elvis ever."


On the other hand, musician son Jake Bongiovi and Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown are counting the days to get married.


Ahead of the band's 16th studio album Forever, which will be released on June 7, 2024, the band shared the song "Legendary" with fans. At the 66th Grammy Awards, Jon Bon Jovi was named the 2024 MusiCares Person of the Year and was honored at an all-star awards concert at the L.A. Convention Center with Bruce Springsteen, Shania Twain, Melissa Etheridge, Sammy Hagar, Jason Isbell, Jelly Roll, Train's Pat Monahan and many others in attendance.

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