By: Renee Grant
Completing a partnership between local favorites Bon Jovi and music streaming service TIDAL, Billboard reports that the band has released a series of four videos celebrating the community of Camden, NJ.
Over the past ten years, Bon Jovi’s Soul Foundation has dedicated its work to helping families in communities facing economic hardship, and Camden has been one of the cities to benefit from the foundation’s initiatives. That work is reflected in two new videos for the songs Living With the Ghost and Reunion from their latest chart-topping album, This House is Not For Sale.
The group has also included a continuous version of the two music videos entitled Spiritual Welfare, and a documentary titled This House is Not For Sale–Camden, NJ.
The lyrics of the song Reunion are meant to evoke images of hope, stating, “Write your song, sing along, love your life/ Learn to laugh, dare to dance, touch the sky/ Take pictures each step of the way/ Make this the best of the rest of your days/ Start your own revolution and I’ll see you at the reunion.”
The band’s current tour begins next month, and makes its way to our area this spring.