Bon Jovi Performed This Classic Recently In Honor Of Their Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame Induction

As Bon Jovi Once Said, “We’re Halfway There.”

Bon Jovi recently performed their classic hit “You Give Love A Bad Name” from their 1968 album “Slippery When Wet” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in honor of their forthcoming induction to the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame.

It seems like the charismatic rocker hasn’t lost his touch, Jon Bon Jovi is aging very well like a fine wine, he get’s better and better. The man who gave us some of the greatest memories is impossible not to love. The only shocking thing would be that they weren’t inducted sooner.

But a million of fans got it wrong, it’s finally here, Bon Jovi leads the 2018 class of inductees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. This one-time accomplishment may have been thought to be impossible for them to achieve. But here it comes, they are finally being honored as one of the Hall of Famer rock bands.

Howard Stern will be the one who’ll induct them at the ceremony,

“I am so honored that you asked me. I am thrilled to do it.”

Jon Bon Jovi explained why he chose Howard Stern to be the one who’s gonna induct them at the Rock Hall ceremony.

“Our careers have paralleled in a lot of ways and whether it was the ups or the downs, we’ve come through everything together. Nobody knows not only me but the members of the band as well as Howard.”

If you missed the band’s performance on the late night show you can check it out down below,