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One Wild Night at The German Club - Review

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by Stacey Canavan (subscribe)
I'm a 29 year old female Senior Reporter for Weekend Notes. I Graduated from A Bachelor of Journalism at The University of South Australia in 2013 & completed my Diploma in Photography
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Australian Bon Jovi Tribute Show 'One Wild Night' comes to The German Club on August 5th for one show only. 'One Wild Night Bon Jovi Tribute' is more than your typical tribute show, it features five of Australia's finest rock musicians joining forces to recreate the music of Bon Jovi as authentically as possible. Band members include Tib Horvath, Tzan Niko, Sean Timms, Kane Jones and Dieter Schoell.

The audience got into the night early with the vocal stylings of Radio Americana singing tracks that most of the audience grew up with. They were classic pop and rock hits of the 80's including John Mellencamp, Huey Lewis and the News, Survivor and more. When One Wild Night hit the stage the audience was already pumped. Everyone got to their seat or moved to the dancefloor. As the music started, the crowd swayed, sang, screamed and danced along with what seemed like Bon Jovi recreated.

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A shout out to Tib Horvath's rendition of 'Bed of Roses' this was incredible to hear, he has such a powerful voice and really did this song justice.

Fans screamed along too "It's my Life". This is often a favourite for Jovi fans and it was great to hear the audience singing along. It wasn't until "Living on a Prayer" that most fans realised they were leaving this gig with no voice, because you can't sing Living on a Prayer without singing as loud as you can on the chorus. When Horvath turned the microphone onto the audience it was great to hear everyone singing together and showing how much love Jovi fans have for their music.

As most of the songs had been already played, fans were counting down till "You Give Love a Bad Name". Throughout the show the band sounded incredible with standout guitar solos and amazing keyboard representations of Bon Jovi's songs. It's easy to see why they are the best Bon Jovi cover band around. Not to mention the ladies of the audience were memorised by the comparison between Horvath and Jon Bon Jovi/He has really gone that extra mile to look, sound, and dance like Jon Bon Jovi.

This tribute show couldn't have been at a better time, because on August 5th One Wild Night rocked out in Adelaide, Bon Jovi confirmed the release date for their new album 'This House is not for Sale'. The album will be the first Bon Jovi album without any creative input from Richie Sambora after his departure from the band in 2013.

Jon Bon Jovi said "I think we've got a fantastic representation of who we are at this time. Fans can get their hands on the latest LP of "This House is Not for Sale" as soon as September 2016".

Keep your eyes out for upcoming gigs for One Wild Night - The best Bon Jovi Tribute band at: www.facebook.com/onewildnite

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Why? Bon Jovi Tribute band
When: August 5th at 8:30pm
Where: The German Club
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