Jon Bon Jovi, Tico Torres and David Bryan of Bon Jovi are interviewed during their 'Because We Can' tour alongside which we see footage of one spectacular show which sees him perform his many well-loved hits including 'You Give Love a Bad Name', 'What About Now', 'Keep the Faith' and 'It's My Life'.
David mentions their ever-expanding fanbase that has grown over the last 30 years. 'We keep talking to our fans and gaining new fans', he says. 'The idea of a positive message has really been a big thing for us.' Jon talks about the range of Bon Jovi lovers out there. 'The demographic of the band is six to sixty, I mean I saw little babies in the audience last night and I saw people that were older than me', he says. Given that there's so many people out there rooting for them, Jon admits he wants to make sure they get an experience at a Bon Jovi show, saying: 'I keep reading about these bands that do these 80 minute sets and 90 minutes sets and, God, I strive to do three hours every night.' He also adds that he thinks it's important to have a good live reputation as well as memorable songs. Tico says, 'We communicate are music to the people and the songs are anthemic so people like to sing.'