Sambora says he's loving the massive shows.
'Anybody that says they don't like it means they can't do it,' Sambora told AAP from his Los Angeles home during a week-long break from the tour.
'The event is so much fun, to take part in that ... it really comes down to us being able to do that and we do it very very well.
'Jon (Bon Jovi) happens to be one of the best frontmen when it comes down to making a stadium seem like a small place.'
And this little tidbit:
Before they hit our shores, Bon Jovi will also have released a best of double album, which contains five new songs and is due out in November. Aussie fans will be among the first in the world to hear some of those songs performed at a live concert.Hope these new songs are good... is it too much to hope for "Always" and "Someday I'll Be Saturday Night" good? ;) I get the impression Jon has given up a bit on The Circle so it will well and truly be a "Greatest Hits Tour" by the time they reach Australia. This could bode well for a couple of old gems/rarities, though it's a shame that I may not get to hear my favourite Circle songs.
Anyway, read the full article here.