One of the most astonishing rock music veterans of America, Jon Bon Jovi, has spoken in an interview with ‘The Chris Evans Breakfast Show’ and talked about his upcoming collaboration with the Duke of Sussex.
On Wednesday, the duke has made a solo appearance at a tourism conference in Scotland and asked to be addressed as just ‘Harry.’
After this event, Jon Bon Jovi declined to do so, and he stated that he will call Harry by just using the legendary late star Rogers Nelson’s first name, ‘Prince.’
Here is what Jon Bon Jovi told about Prince Harry:
“I’ve been asking, what do I do, how do I address him, and then I realize I’m gonna call him the artist is formerly known as Prince.”
“I had sent him a letter back in August with the song and the lyrics before it came out in America and I said it would be a great gift from me to the Invictus Games, and long story short, and who knew what was going to happen with him, he had said yes, now stuck to it, so we’re doing it.
My idea and letter to him at the time was, ‘I’d like to give you the single. I would love to give something back to the people… But I want them to be the singers.’
It’s the ‘We Are the World’ for this song. I’ve got 12 veterans. They’ll sing the chorus to the existing track, which I did, and then it’ll be on the new record. Then we’ll release it as a single here in time for their games and hopefully raise them some money.”
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