Richie Sambora Sends A Reminder To Jon Bon Jovi For A Reunion

Richie Sambora recently talked to the ‘Nights With Alice Cooper’ radio show at the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame ceremony. During the chat, the guitarist explained whether he would rejoin Bon Jovi in the near future and revealed that nobody asked for that to happen.

Answering a question about the matter, he said:

“Naaaah! No, not even close. Nobody asked me yet. But I could do it tomorrow if they asked me.”

In contrast to his current statement, Sambora was positive about a reunion with Jon Bon Jovi back in February. During an interview with Absolute Radio, he hinted at ongoing reunion discussions and his former bandmate’s vocal issues.

Later, the guitarist told People:

“I’m hoping the end of March or beginning of April [to release solo music.] [And] we’re obviously talking about it [Bon Jovi reunion]. For me, I feel a spiritual obligation to the fans around the world.

And also to say thank you to God and the universe for giving me such an amazing life, the opportunity to go out and make people happy with what comes naturally to me. I think that I was born understanding that language, the international language of music.”

After Richie Sambora left Bon Jovi, tension arose between him and Jon. The vocalist criticized his former bandmate regarding his departure in the interviews and asked him to ‘get his life together’ and return to the band.

In response, the guitarist talked to Daily Mail in 2022 and said:

“We’ve had our ups and downs throughout the years as any married couple have. Jon and I spent more time together than we spent with our families because him and I wrote the songs. It would have to be a special situation for me to go back, but I’m certainly not counting it out. I have no malice toward that band.”

While Sambora never ruled out the possibility of a reunion, with his new statements, it is not definite whether he’ll ever rejoin his former band.

You can listen to the voice recording of the former Bon Jovi guitarist’s recent words here.