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Entertainment Jon Bon Jovi regrets the biggest mistake of his career

16:40  30 november  2020
16:40  30 november  2020 Source:   rollingstone.de

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Jon Bon Jovi celebrated his successes as he looked back on his career , but also his failures – including He added: “ The biggest mistake I made in my life is that I didn’t take enough time to stop and look It’s my biggest regret . The one thing I would tell the younger self is, ‘Enjoy it more, relax.

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Jon Bon Jovi regrets: "I was always so focused on the next step, then on the next and the next, that it cost me a lot of great memories."

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Jon Bon Jovi regrets: "I was always so focused on the next step, then on the next and the next, so that it cost me a lot of great memories."

Not until October Bon Jovi released their latest album "2020". Reason enough for frontman Jon Bon Jovi to take a look at his long music career since the early 1980s. In an interview it came out: No matter how much he has achieved in the meantime - the US rocker has allegedly never really enjoyed his fame. And he's still ashamed of his first show in front of his parents.

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Jon Bon Jovi's parents always supported him - even when he didn't sound that good.

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"The first talent show my parents saw me play on, was so terrible that they wanted to crawl under their seats, embarrassed, ”the singer reported in a feature in“ Big Issue ”. Nevertheless, Jon Bon Jovi's family continued to support the son in his goals: “They saw my passion and my commitment. When I was only 17, they let me play in bars until the shop closed and they always said, 'Well, at least we know where you were.' […] They just said, 'Show up for school on time; you know that this is your responsibility ... but pursue your dream. ”

And your trust was actually worth it, because as the musician himself says:“ When I was 20, I wrote “Runaway” and it was on the radio , and when I was 21 I had a recording deal. So my parents didn't have to sit down with their 35-year-old son, who was still playing in a bar in Santa Barbara and said, 'I'll make it.' "

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And, while Jon Bon Jovi has led one of the world's most successful rock bands since 1984, he says he was also responsible for driving it into the ground. Having become a veteran of the industry and still touring like crazy into his Fifties, the singer admits he thinks about what his career will look like down

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Future: Enjoy more, relax more

Still, the Bon-Jovi- The figurehead was his lack of relaxation. Now he wished he had enjoyed all the good things in life more. “The biggest mistake I've made in my life is not taking enough time to stop and look around and enjoy it. I was always so focused on the next step, then the next and the next, that it cost me a lot of great memories. And it caused many sleepless nights that were not justified. I regret that most. The only thing I would say to my younger self is, “Enjoy it more, relax. There will be ups and downs, but keep your faith. ”

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