Top 10 of the Best Richie Sambora’s Bon Jovi songs

The guitarist turns 64 today

Top 10 of the Best Richie Sambora’s Bon Jovi songs

Born on July 11, 1959 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, Richie Sambora is one of the most talented and recognized guitarists of his generation. He joined Bon Jovi to replace their original guitarist Dave Sabo, climbing together with the band the path to worldwide fame and success as one of the biggest bands in the world. Together with lead singer Jon Bon Jovi, he formed the main songwriting unit for the band, writing memorable and timeless Hard Rock hits and Power Ballads ever since the early 1980’s. Despite leaving the band in 2013 and releasing three solo albums, it was during his 30 years time in Bon Jovi that he wrote the best songs of his career. Sambora, who was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2018, turns 64 today. Here’s 10 of his best guitar works in Bon Jovi.

10 – “Born To Be My Baby”, 1988

9 – “Lay Your Hands on Me”, 1988

8 – “Runaway”, 1984

7 – “Bad Medicine”, 1988

6 – “Never Say Goodbye”, 1986

5 – “I’ll Be There for You”, 1988

4 – “Bed of Roses”, 1992

3 – “You Give Love A Bad Name”, 1986

2 – “Livin’ On A Prayer”, 1986

1 – “Wanted Dead or Alive”, 1986

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