3 Reasons You Have to Attend Jon Bon Jovi’s Charity Show
Jon Bon Jovi & The Kings of Suburbia are doing a benefit for the Parker Family Health Center on Wednesday July 30th at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank. Net proceeds from the performance will benefit the city’s Parker Family Health Center, a free health care facility serving the Monmouth County area.
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Here are our top reasons why attending this show is a must!
The Show is Local
Usually in order to see Jon or the band you have to go to MetLife Stadium or MSG. This show is going to be at Monmouth County’s historic Count Basie Theatre in one of the coolest towns in the state, Red Bank!
It’s Jon Bon Jovi!
During his career, he has released two solo albums and twelve studio albums with his band, which to date have sold over 130 million albums worldwide making them one of the world’s best-selling music artists. In addition to his music career, Jon Bon Jovi started an acting career in the 1990s, starring roles in several movies include Moonlight and Valentino and U-571 and also made appearances on TV series including Sex and the City and Ally McBeal.
As a songwriter, Jon Bon Jovi was inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2009. In 2012, Jon Bon Jovi ranked number fifty on the list of Billboard magazine’s “Power 100″, a ranking of “The Most Powerful and Influential People In The Music Business”. In 1996, People magazine named him as one of the “50 Most Beautiful People In The World”. In 2000, the same magazine named him as the “Sexiest Rock Star” and he was also placed at number thirteen on VH1‘s “100 Sexiest Artists “.
The Benefit is for an Amazing Charity
The Parker Family Health Center in Red Bank, with the support of the medical community and the community at large, assists those who are making a sincere effort to help themselves and their families realize optimum health. We currently operate six days a week, including two evenings and Saturday morning, to provide a consistent, accessible source of community health care. Care is provided by a network of volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and many others who together donate 10,000 hours annually, supported by a small paid staff.