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Jon Bon Jovi Talks Possibility of Touring Again After Vocal Cord Surgery

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Jon Bon Jovi is opening up about the future of his career following vocal cord surgery. The 62-year-old musician underwent vocal cord surgery a few years ago and his band, Bon Jovi is gearing up to release their 16th studio album Forever.

In a recent interview, Jon was asked about touring in support of the upcoming album, which is due out in June. Keep reading to find out more… “I don’t know about a tour,” he told Mix 104.1 Boston. “It is my desire to do a tour next year, but I’m just still recovering from a major surgery.” “Although I’m well on the road to recovery and was able to take my time and do a song a day when I made the record, my need, want, desire is to be able to do two-and-a-half hours a night four nights a week for months on end,” the singer added. “And so I’m working towards that goal.” In case you missed it, Jon‘s son Jake Bongiovi is engaged to Millie Bobby Brown, and she has revealed if the musician will perform at their wedding!

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