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Jon Bon Jovi, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Jon Bon Jovi, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Bon Jovi Add Hey God To Because We Can Setlist

by Paul Cashmere on May 24, 2013

in Live,News

Bon Jovi are continuing to revise the setlist for the Because We Can tour with the ‘These Days’ track ‘Hey God’ making the setlist for their second show in Norway.

Jon Bon Jovi, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Jon Bon Jovi, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

‘Hey God’ is a rarely played song in the Bon Jovi set. It was last performed in July 2011 and only six times that year. Bon Jovi have only played the song 13 times in the past 10 years and only three times ever in Australia, all on the 1995 tour.

The setlist for Bon Jovi at Koengen, Bergen, Norway for May 22, 2013 was:

That’s What The Water Made Me (from What About Now, 2013)
You Give Love A Bad Name (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)
Born To Be My Baby (from Bad Medicine, 1988)
Raise Your Hands (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)
Lost Highway (from Lost Highway, 2007)
Whole Lot Of Leavin’ (From Lost Highway
Its My Life (from Crush, 2000)
Because We Can (from What About Now, 2013)
What About Now (from What About Now, 2013)
Hey God (from These Days, 1995)
Keep The Faith (from Keep The Faith, 1992)
I’ll Be There For You (from New Jersey, 1988)
Last Man Standing (from Have A Nice Day, 2005)
You Weren’t Born To Follow (from The Circle, 2009)
Who Says You Can’t Go Home (from Have A Nice Day, 2005)
I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead (from Keep The Faith, 1992)
Bad Medicine (from New Jersey,1988)

Wanted Dead Or Alive (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)
Captain Crash & The Beauty Queen From Mars (from Crush, 2000)
Livin’ On A Prayer (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)

Blood On Blood (from New Jersey,1988)

Showbiz.com.au also have a Stay & See package for fans outside the major cities who will be travelling to see the shows.

Bon Jovi Because We Can Australian dates for Paul Dainty are:

December 7 and 8, Melbourne, Etihad
December 11, Adelaide, AAMI Stadium
December 12, Perth, Perth Arena
December 14, Sydney, ANZ Stadium
December 17, Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium

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