canada africa partner reservation Bon Jovi alumnus Richie Sambora says he has “a different perspective” on the events surrounding the band than what was seen in the Hulu docuseries titled Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story

Bon Jovi alumnus Richie Sambora says he has “a different perspective” on the events surrounding the band than what was seen in the Hulu docuseries titled Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story

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By Adam S. Levy for Dailymail.com

00:02 May 6, 2024, updated 00:10 May 6, 2024



Bon Jovi alumnus Richie Sambora says he has “a different perspective” on the events that took place in Bon Jovi than what was depicted in Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story, the Hulu docuseries that debuted last month.

The 64-year-old guitarist spoke to People after performing at the 35th Barnstable Brown Kentucky Derby Eve Gala in Louisville, Kentucky.

The Perth Amboy, New Jersey, resident told the outlet that he felt the four-part docuseries did not reflect his story on how the rock band fared, as he thought it was mostly from the opinion of his former bandmate Jon Bon Jovi. 62.

“It’s his project and his perspective,” said Sambora, who was interviewed in the project. ‘I have a different view on that.’

Sambora and Bon Jovi appear to be on good terms more than a decade after his departure from the band in 2013, as the famed frontman told People last month that there was “never animosity” in their relationship, and that he and Sambora were the biggest part of the band watched. documentary together.

Richie Sambora, 64, says he has “a different perspective” on the events that took place in Bon Jovi than what was depicted in Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story, the Hulu docuseries that debuted last month. Pictured Sunday during the Kentucky Derby in Louisville, Kentucky

“He came over and watched three parts of the docuseries at my house,” the veteran rocket told the outlet.

The docuseries, which Gotham Chopra directed and produced, also features interviews with current and former members of the band — including keyboardist David Bryan, 62, and drummer Tico Torres, 70 — and its management team.

Sambora left the musical ensemble – known for You Give Love a Bad Name, Livin’ on a Prayer, Born to Be My Baby and It’s My Life – in 2013.

In the Hulu documentary, Sambora said he had mixed feelings about parting ways with the popular musical ensemble, as he left the band’s tour and never returned.

‘I don’t regret leaving the situation, but I do regret the way I did it, so I want to fully apologize now, especially to the fans, and also to the boys, because my feet and my mind just wouldn’t let me walk away. the door,” Sambora said into the doctor.

Sambora told People last weekend that his set at the gala was “really good” but “too damn short” because time constraints limited him to a pair of Bon Jovi classics: 1986’s Wanted Dead or Alive and 1988’s I’ll. are for you.

“I only had 23 minutes, but I blew the roof off,” Sambora said.

Sambora donated a guitar for a charity auction at the event that sold for $32,000, according to the outlet.

Sambora told People last weekend that his set at the gala was “really good” but “too damn short” because time constraints limited him to a pair of Bon Jovi classics: 1986’s Wanted Dead or Alive and 1988’s I’ll. are for you
Sambora said of his set: ‘I only had 23 minutes, but I blew the roof off’
Sambora and Jon Bon Jovi took the stage in Japan in August 1984

He told People that he has been working on making new music and has received great feedback so far as “everyone is loving” the early return.

Sambora is the father of actress Ava Sambora, 26, from his previous marriage to Melrose Place star Heather Locklear, 62, from 1994-2007.

Sambora has also had high-profile relationships with notable names like Cher, actress Denise Richards and Australian musician Orianthi.