Jon Bon Jovi is executive producing a reality show called If I Wasn’t a Rock Star.While some people may not have noticed an error in the title, others may have recognized the title’s grammatical error. Beginning a title (or sentence) with the word “if” creates a conditional statement, which must be followed by an additional sentence. When one begins a sentence with the word “if,” a comma and another sentence must be implemented, in order to make the sentence grammatically correct. For example, “If I Wasn’t a Rock Star, I Would Have Been An Athlete” makes the sentence complete. Now that the title is error-free, all of the English teachers from around the world can rest peacefully.
If I Wasn’t a Rock Star will take rock stars back to their hometowns, in order to reflect on how different their lives would have been if they weren’t famous. “I was drawn to this project simply because it will be a celebration of the working men and women of this country. They are the real rock stars,” Bon Jovi told Variety magazine. The network that will air the reality show has not been revealed yet. If I Wasn’t a Rock Star is reportedly Bon Jovi’s first attempt at producing a television series. His resume in front of the camera include guest appearances inMoonlight and Valentino, The Leading Man, No Looking Back, Sex and the City, Pay It Forward, The West Wing, Vampires: Los Muertos, Cry Wolf, 30 Rock, National Lampoon’s Pucked, and New Year’s Eve.
As the frontman of Bon Jovi, the rock band has released twelve studio albums. Some of those releases include Bon Jovi, 7800 Fahrenheit, Slippery When Wet, New Jersey, Keep the Faith, These Days, Lost Highway, and What About Now. The band has sold over 130 million albums worldwide, which include several double-platinum selling projects. Bon Jovi’s most recognizable hit singles include “You Give Love a Bad Name,” “Livin’ on a Prayer,” “Bad Medicine,” “I’ll Be There for You,” “Bed of Roses,” “It’s My Life,” and “Always.” As a solo musician, Jon Bon Jovi has dropped two studio albums, Blaze of Glory and Destination Anywhere. His single “Blaze of Glory” impacted the Billboard Hot 100 at the Number 1 spot.
FDRMX Eyes: Ottawa is a pop band from Cleveland, Ohio. Their video for “Fever” took place at the Bad Racket Recording Studio located in their home state.