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Keeping the faith: Bon Jovi stays on top by doing the hard work

7:26 AM, Oct. 17, 2013
From left, Tico Torres, David Bryan and Jon Bon Jovi are headed to Green Bay for the first time.
From left, Tico Torres, David Bryan and Jon Bon Jovi are headed to Green Bay for the first time.
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It's been a three-decade wait, but come Tuesday night, Green Bay can finally count itself among the 2,800-plus live shows Bon Jovi has played since coming out of New Jersey in 1983 and rising through the ranks to become one of rock's most stalwart touring acts

For a band that has played more than 55 countries, the opportunity to check off Titletown on its worldwide roll call may not have quite the same cachet as it does for long patient fans holding tickets to the concert at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon, but keyboardist David Bryan says there's still something kind of cool about playing a city for ...

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