Bon Jovi admits to firing accountants

Bon Jovi admits to firing accountants

Rock group dropped management team to save band

Jon Bon Jovi, lead singer of rock bank Bon Jovi, has admitted that he fired
his accountants, manager and lawyer in an effort to ‘save the band’.

Website femalefirst.co.uk, reported Jon Bon Jovi as saying the band was close
to splitting and so he decided to take control of band affairs to keep the group
together.

Bon Jovi claimed the management team was pushing the band to make more
records, saying they were “killing us for a commission’ and that they almost
caused the band to break up.

‘When I fired the manager, agents and lawyers and everyone else and decided
to take over the management myself, I said (to the band), “If you have faith in
my vision, we can be here forever.” And they did,’ he added.

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