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The Hardest Questions on the Bon Jovi Trivia App

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Jon Bon Jovi and the Kings of Suburbia tonight at Hard Rock Live

So, in preparation for Jon's big debut as a solo artist at the Hard Rock Live tonight. I found this trivia app from Quizicals. I figured I would easily score, like, 99 percent. But no!

Yes, there are questions that everyone and their Aunt Peg knows, such as:
What does Gina dream of?
  • Quitting her job
  • Making it through
  • Being rich
  • Running away
What does Tommy whisper to Gina when she cries through the night?
  • "Baby it's okay"
  • "We'll get through this"
  • "Gina, don't cry"
  • "I love you"
BUT THEN, there are trick questions like:

Jon Bon Jovi was born in what New Jersey city?
  • Parlin
  • Sayreville
  • Perth Amboy
  • Metuchen
(It's Perth Amboy! Can you believe it?!)

"Out on the dark Side of town, another rumbles' gone down, and life on the high side isn't what this boy's about": These lyrics are from:
  • The Hardest Part is the Night
  • King of the Mountain
  • Always Run to You
  • The Price of Love
And questions that could go either way, like:
Jon Bon Jovi's first local band, which they formed in high school, was called
  • The New Jersey Kids
  •  Raze
  • Starz
  • Boys Are Back in Town
Lay Your Hands on
  • Her
  • Me
  • Yourself
  • Him
We won't tell you the answers; you gotta play. Play often enough and you'll eventually learn all 342 questions. Quizicals has tons of other trivia quizzzes on everything from the Bronte sisters to Barry Manilow to Ani Di Franco to the Sex Pistols to Johnny Cash to "Alternative Rock Music." Most cost $.99 or $1.99.

Jon Bon Jovi and the Kings of Suburbia at 8 p.m. tonight at Hard Rock Live, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood. 

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