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Bon Jovi unable to quit performing

Los Angeles, Dec 28 (IANS) Singer Jon Bon Jovi says he has tried to stop performing on stage but is unable to do that for the love of it.

Dec 27 2012, 1:32pm CST | by

Bon Jovi unable to quit performing
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Los Angeles, Dec 28 — Singer Jon Bon Jovi says he has tried to stop performing on stage but is unable to do that for the love of it.

The 50-year-old is known for some numbers like "Please come home for christmas", "It's my life" and "Everybody hurts" and is glad he has all age groups as his fans.

"Who'd have thought I'd be 50 and in my prime! I lie down every year and I think I'm going to start slowing down, but I can't help myself, so we just go with it," Bon Jovi said.

"We're lucky we've got all generations, we've got kids to teenagers to people in their 60s! That's what I always hoped to do, like the Rolling Stones," he added.

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