Considered one of the biggest and most legendary names in world rock, Bon Jovi has just released the single “Unbroken”, with a powerful message. Listen and download here: https://umusicbrazil.lnk.to/Unbroken. Written by Jon Bon Jovi and produced by John Shanks, the song is a tribute to the thousands of American veterans living with post-traumatic stress disorder.
“This song is to honor American veterans and their services, but I also wanted to show the reality of their lives and their daily battles,” said Jon Bon Jovi. The lyrics are profound and tell a soldier’s point of view when showing his challenges that continue, even when they return to their homes. For the next 12 months, the band will donate 100% of the net revenue from downloading “Unbroken” to the Patriotic Service Dog Foundation.
The single will be on the soundtrack to the Netflix documentary entitled “To Be Of Service”. Produced and directed by Josh Aronson, Julie Sayres, Carolyn Clark Powers and Chuck Ortner, the film explores the remarkable changes that trained service dogs bring to the lives of veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress. The record will be released on Netflix on November 10, the date Veterans Day is celebrated in the United States, an important holiday in the country. Watch the movie trailer here: https://www.tobeofservicefilm.com.
At the end of September, Bon Jovi participated, for the fifth time, in the Brazilian edition of Rock in Rio, performing on the World Stage, in a show that delighted the crowd with its various successes. In addition to this show, the band also performed outside the festival, in cities such as Recife, São Paulo and Curitiba. The band’s last studio album, “This House Is Not For Sale” (2016), debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 and was part of the repertoire of shows in these cities. Over the course of more than 30 years of career, the group recorded 19 albums and won numerous awards, including that of “Global Icon” in 2010 at the MTV Europe Music Awards. In 2018, Bon Jovi joined the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Credits: Luciana Bastos – Umusic – Nov 1, 2019, 5:35 AM