Legendary rock star and frontman of the band Bon Jovi, Jon Bon Jovi, recently shared a nostalgic moment from his past, reminiscing about being in the presence of guitarist Jeff Beck.
In a recent interview, Jon Bon Jovi talked about being in the same room as Jeff Beck and crafting his signature sound.
"I was in a room with Jeff Beck, and he took a guitar out of the box and made this sound with a rental amp and no pedals," said Bon Jovi.
Bon Jovi has described this moment as a career turning point that inspired him to push himself further and pursue his dream of becoming a musician.
"Being in this room with Jeff Beck was a life-changing experience for me.“I realized that if I work hard and believe in myself, anything is possible.”
Known for his innovative and experimental style, Jeff Beck is widely regarded as one of the greatest guitarists of all time. He has worked with various artists throughout his career, including Eric Clapton, Rod He Stewart, and Stevie Wonder.
Since then, Bon Jovi has become one of the most successful musicians of his generation, worldwide he has sold over 130 million records and been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Despite his enormous success, Bon Jovi remains humble and grateful for the opportunities presented to him.
"Jeff Beck taught me that you don't need fancy equipment or a big budget to make great music. "All you need is passion, dedication and the willingness to take risks."
Bon His Jovi's latest album 2020 was released in October 2020 and features songs inspired by the events of the past year, including the COVID-19 pandemic and Black Lives His Matter movement.
With his unwavering dedication to his craft and his enduring popularity, Jon Bon Jovi will continue to inspire musicians and fans alike.