Bon Jovi Encyclopaedia by Neil Daniels

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The ultimate reference to one of rock's most popular bands, this comprehensive reference documents more than a quarter century of Bon Jovi's A-to-Z history, including entries on every recording and bootleg, all current and former members, books, DVDs, concerts and tours, associated bands, and industry professionals that worked closely with the band. Additional entries include articles about the group, exclusive interviews, and hundreds of photographs, making this the most complete Bon Jovi fan book available.


About Neil Daniels

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Neil Daniels is a writer who has contributed to numerous magazines and newspapers, including Fireworks, The Guardian, MediaMagazine, Powerplay, Record Collector, and Rock Sound. He is the author of The Story Of Judas Priest: Defenders Of The Faith and Robert Plant: Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page & The Solo Years.
Published May 1, 2009 by Chrome Dreams. 300 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Casual fans and anyone interested in learning about the band will find the Bon Jovi Encyclopaedia an ideal place to start.

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