The original lineup of glam legends Bon Jovi will be getting back together to play a couple of tracks at this year’s Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony.
Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan told Billboard that their performance there will be the first time the original lineup will play together in over 20 years.
Bryan said that they’ll play “a couple songs” and that they’re “looking forward to that”.
Bon Jovi have been going since 1983, with their first lineup featuring Bryan, vocalist and band namesake Jon Bon Jovi, drummer Tico Torres, bassist Alec John Such and guitarist Richie Sambora.
Bon Jovi, Torres and Bryan are still in the group, with Such fired in 1994 and Sambora leaving in 2013.
This year’s Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony will be in Cleveland, Ohio, on April 14th.