US Rockers unveil the video for current album's title track, featuring an appearance from guitarist Phil X.
Posted on Apr 30, 2013 02:01 pm
US arena rockers Bon Jovi have officially unveiled the "What About Now" title track video via their YouTube channel.
Consisting of the latest tour concert footage, the clip shows the band doing what they do and like best rocking out in front of the screaming crowd at sold-out arenas. Interestingly enough, the video even features the group's current temporary guitarist Phil X, who has stepped in while their longtime axeman Richie Samborais resolving personal issues.
Although such an appearance has instantly sparked numerous fan comments and speculations, most agree that it's just a way of Jon Bon Jovi giving Phil his thanks for saving the day. According to frontman's latest statements, Sambora is still a member of Bon Jovi, but is facing issues that are simply not meant to be publicly revealed.
"All I can say is that, honest to God, it's a personal matter, but we love him very much and he's absolutely still a member of the band," the singer said during his recent Ellen show appearance.
Meanwhile, the group's latest effort has managed top the Billboard 100 album chart, giving rockers their 12th top 10 entry. With 101,000 copies sold, it managed to beat the latest David Bowie record, "The Next Day," which landed at No. 2 with 85,000 items shipped in the US.