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Bon Jovi star gives Steinway to State Department
Not long ago, pop star David Bryan offered up a Steinway grand piano for the US State Department.
"As a proud American musician, it is my great honour to give this gift to the State Department. I hope it brings years of wonderful music to these great halls," the keyboard player and member of well-known band Bon Jovi said.
The piano in question is a nine foot model and is now going to live at Washington D.C.'s Benjamin Franklin Ballroom.
Bon Jovi - famously fronted by Jon Bon Jovi – have enjoyed numerous top ten singles in the UK.
These include All About Lovin' You, Livin' On a Prayer and Keep The Faith. Their LPs include Have a Nice Day, These Days and The Circle.
Published by AW.Posted on 31 Jul 2012 13:27 to category : Instruments News
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