Bon Jovi have sold an estimated 75 million albums and 50 million singles worldwide and have had more than 40 songs chart on Billboard magazine's Hot 100 chart including 24 No. 1 hits. The band has had one-hundred and three top ten singles on the Hot 100, five of which reached No. 1. The band are one of only three artists to have sold over five million albums in the US and have the most songs in the top ten (42) and top five (26) of any artist. They also have the most No. 1 singles (32) and No. 1 albums (9). They have sold over 100 million records, making them the second best-selling artist of all time, behind only The Beatles. As of August 2015, the band has sold over 100 million records worldwide.
In November 2016, Bon Jovi announced the release of This House Is Not for Sale's deluxe edition, which included previously unreleased demos recorded in the late 1960s. This edition of the album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, Bon Jovi's highest debut on the chart since 1980. In November 2017, the band announced a North American tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of New Jersey, which runs through April 2019.
Bon Jovi have won numerous awards over the years. The band has won six Grammy Awards, 14 American Music Awards, 11 MTV Video Music Awards, four Billboard Music Awards, one Billboard Touring Awards, and have won four New York Music Awards. They have also won the award for the most Billboard Music Awards, with three wins each for Album of the Year and Band of the Year. The band's album New Jersey won the inaugural Album of the Year award in 1990, and was followed by the multi-platinum-selling Slippery When Wet (1987), This House Is Not for Sale (2016), and What About Now (2013).
Bon Jovi has sold over 100 million records worldwide, making it one of the world's best-selling musical artists. The band has won three American Music Awards, two Billboard Music Awards and two MTV Video Music Awards.
Members: Jon Bon Jovi: lead vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards, percussion, piano, programming
Richie Sambora: lead guitar, backing vocals
Alec John Such: rhythm guitar, bass guitar, backing vocals
David Bryan: keyboards, synthesizers, backing vocals
Tico Torres: bass guitar, backing vocals
Hoyt Axton: lead guitar, backing vocals
Bobby Ray Thornton: drums
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