American singer and record producer Jon Bon Jovi was recently interviewed by legendary TV/Radio Host Howard Stern and revealed the latest news about his upcoming album.

As you might already know, The Howard Stern Show is still going on even in the self-quarantine. Howard Stern is taking guests via video conferences and Jon Bon Jovi was the latest guest of the iconic TV host.

In that rare interview, Jon Bon Jovi explained how The Beatles legend Paul McCartney shared his opinion after listening to his latest album for the first time.

Here is what he said:

“Whenever you run into him you become a teenage fan. We went to see The Eagles play. I said, ‘Beatle Paul.’ He said, ‘Why do you call me Beatle Paul?’ I said, ‘Because I’m too old to call you Mr. McCartney and I’m too in reverence to dare think that we’re that close that I can contact you Paul.

So would you like your majesty or Beatle Paul?’ And he’s like okay. Because he’s a Beatle for God’s sake and also one of the sweetest guys, you’ve ever met in your life.”

He continued:

“He was talking about how they would change time signatures and go off into these bridges on Beatles songs when he and John would write things. So we started yapping about that. I said, ‘Yeah, I do have that kind of a bridge. I didn’t play it for you because I couldn’t remember all the list of the names of the cities I wrote that goes to the song.

I just thought the chorus was there; the verse was there, I could get by. I didn’t have that list.’ When we recorded the song, I had that.”

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