Bon Jovi prove they're still rock royalty with phenomenal return to Wembley
Bon Jovi return to Wembley (Picture: PA)

Jon Bon Jovi has definitely still got it.

Despite being in the industry for almost four decades, the 57-year-old took to Wembley Stadium, on Friday night, saw thousands of faces, and rocked them all.

Its the first time the Runaway hitmaker has been back at the iconic venue after playing the final show at the old stadium, and he did not disappoint.

Confessing to the crowd that it was good to be back, the group kicked off with This House Is Not For Sale and immediately won over their life long fans (not that they took much convincing).

The band still had the same energy as when they played the venue back in 1995, however, while they were churning out some of the same classics from 20 years ago, it was hard not to notice Richie Samboras absence.

Having said this, Phil X who replaced the guitarist back in 2013, put on an incredible show, hitting each and every note as though it was a track recorded from the 80s.

Bon Jovi prove they're still rock royalty with phenomenal return to Wembley
They played banger after banger (Picture: Redferns)

And speaking of their early stuff, the group pulled out banger after banger, as they threw in a mix of their older tunes such as You Give Love A Bad Name, Born To Be My Baby and Bed Of Roses.



They even treated punters to a rare rendition of Always, which was such a special moment, as the tune was welcomed by a sea of phones lighting up the stadium like stars.

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After bouncing around the stage, JBJ stayed close to his microphone for the hit, making sure he smashed the vocals.

And while he might not have been as up to scratch as he was back in the day, he sure gave the top notes a good go.

Bon Jovi perform on stage during the This House Is Not For Sale tour at Wembley Stadium. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday June 21, 2019. See PA story SHOWBIZ BonJovi. Photo credit should read: Ian West/PA Wire
He sure rocked the crowd (Picture: PA)
Bon Jovi prove they're still rock royalty with phenomenal return to Wembley
We were not left disappointed (Picture: Redferns)

We cant deny that the band threw in a couple of fillers, but come on, when else would you go and get your glass refilled?

The tunes, however, were still every inch captivating, and when you had the likes of Its My Life and Living On A Prayer to look forward to, you could barely complain.

David Bryan, who has played keys for Jovi since the beginning of time was phenomenal in every possible way, as well as the other OG member of the group Tico Torresa – who did not disappoint.

And it seems Phil is fitting in just fine, as he got a huge hug from the icon mid-way through the set.

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