Ladies and gentlemen; THIS is Jon Bon Jovi! | 17 August | Bon Jovi 17 August 1985, Donington festival| Monsters of Rock

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Wednesday 17 August 
The soundtrack for today is:

Bon Jovi
17 August 1985
Monsters of Rock
Donington festival, England 🇬🇧
🏟️
Fahrenheit Tour

A gig that, according to Jon Bon Jovi’s unofficial (but saintly!) biography by Laura Jackson, played a critical part in firing up the band to go for the top.
Donington was one of the earliest confirmations that they were destined to become the biggest stadium band the world had ever seen, as the book says:
“Richie Sambora reckons that it was that show that gave him a glimpse of things to come for Bon Jovi.”

And if it had not been for the @jane_jbj’s photo collage of what I would colorfully describe as a wriggling, humping, on his knees in hot pink Jon Bon Jovi;
Oh well, then this post would have been entirely dedicated to Richie Sambora.

It seemed inevitable. 
Because I recently bought his two 90s cds.
And because a Richie Sambora fan reached out to me to compliment me on a piece I wrote on him, on my Rock Star Writer blog.

And because tonight there is a Richie Sambora premiere on the hAnD90 channel;
And because the fan who complimented me welcomed me to the Darkside!
A name the fans who chose Richie’s side of the stage on concerts gave themselves.

Richie has dark hair, whereas Jon has blond hair.
But the Darkside is a reference to Star Wars.
Since Richie’s departure from Bon Jovi, in 2013, there is no more luxury of such a choice between Jon’s light or Richie’s Darkside of the stage.

But the Darkside in Star Wars has become even more popular, after the sequel trilogy, released December 2015-December 2019.

The Darkside in Star Wars has really come to life since the sequel trilogy brought us “the darkside warrior Kylo Ren”, as one of the official art books  for The Force Awakens (2015) described him.
Kylo Ren, among other things, is the grandchild of Darth Vader both biologically, as well as visually in his black cloacked and helmed appearance.
But his stunning looks underneath the black apparel, are the spitting image of a Disney prince, and have nothing villain-esque about them.

Fans climbing a blind fence to get an autograph by Jon Bon Jovi, Donington 1985. Source click photo, for tweet @jane_jbj

So it was pretty much inevitable, that this post about Donington’s show in 1985, would feature Richie Sambora.
Inevitable, yes.
Until I saw the photos of Jon Bon Jovi on the Donington stage.

And until I saw the photo of fans climbing a blind fence, trying to get his autograph!

And heard the all-in, no holds barred attitude, that Jon Bon Jovi had brought to Donington.
And by now I ve heard enough 1984 and 1985 performances to know that he never failed to bring that.

An attitude that I knew I needed now more than ever!
Today, more than ever.

That was when I knew, not just on which side of the stage I belonged;
But also what this blogpost would be about.
Or more accurately;
About whom.

Ladies and gentlemen;
THIS is Jon Bon Jovi!

👩🏼‍💻 the story August 17

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click photo for source, tweet @jane_jbj on Twitter

Tonight there is another premiere at the YouTube hAnD90 channel;
A part of fandom that above anything else, is known for its excellent remasters.
Where recordings you thought you’d never hear, can surface overnight.
With a description box so rich in information it would deserve a blogpost of its own.
All the tech specs are in there, the historical context is, and the setlists are pieces of art, with solos, speeches, covers, intros, mashups;
All separately spelled out and timestamped for your convenience.

Where team Bon Jovi is notorious for not being able to deliver live albums, YouTube fans are having one every week, from someone who is dependent on bootleg recordings and his spare time.

But a few years ago, these live premieres on the hAnD90 channel had something else;
Sexy live chats.
And they no longer have that.

Back in the day, we were not just allowed to be in admiration of music, but we were also allowed to let our imagination run wild.
To flirt, to tease, to speculate.
There was someone who would type:
“Ladies and gentlemen; THIS is Bon Jovi!” when the guitar solo was extremely impressive, Tico’s drumming pumped us up, or when Jon Bon Jovi put his entire soul into his singing.
But that no longer happens anymore either, nowadays.

In my opinion, it was the fact that the conversation could go all the way, that allowed us to fully experience and appreciate, the music.
And now that we keep it clean, we, or at least I, no longer feel it, to the degree I once did.

I don’t question today’s chat is a safer space, in particular because some of the fans are very young. So I can’t say I would want to go back, or that there is even an option for that.
But I miss the old days.

The “loose” days are no longer there, and although I have told myself I am okay with that, and still show up occasionally, on the live chat, in particular because I am appreciative of the community and the beautiful work hAnD90 delivers time after time;
Donington 1985, made me realize that I had lost that part in myself.
The loose part.
 

And even typing what I just did, in the paragraphs above:
“Until I saw the photos of Jon Bon Jovi on the Donington stage”  
That was not what it said.
I cut off the second half of the sentence, because I didn’t want to get into trouble.

I didn’t want to be too much.

The past ten days or so, I am researching my options of blogging professionally.
I’ve been writing for a long time, under a different name. Yet I never looked into blogging professionally because professional bloggers are usually NOT making money from their writing.

They make money because they sell online services on the back of their blog, and these are very often their own online services or courses.
So they are not a blogger but an online entrepreneur.
Their WRITING is not making the money; the sale of products is.

But because I believe that in theory, blogging (without selling products or services from yourself or others; and without writing promotional posts)  should be able to make money;
I am investigating my options.
And at this stage the research question is:

Can I make money from the blogging which I already, automatically, and with my full heart and soul in it, do?

And a Plan B question should have been;
“If I can’t monetize my existing blogs, then can I make money by setting up a new, easy-to-read, high-value blog?
Neutral, professional,
family-friendly, and using content I already have?” 

Which were all good research questions.
If I had not gotten frustrated within the first 5 minutes of every How To Monetize Your Blog webinar, and unsubscribed from all their lists vowing I would rather climb Donington’s 1985 corrugated fence in Jon’s pink leopard legging, than to take another professional blogging course ever again.

From now on, I would not touch the subject of professional blogging with a ten foot pole.

But then what to do with all my blog posts and blogs?

This week I got a meaty matter on my plate, regarding book publishing. A matter that may influence how I will move forward.
Which side of the writing spectrum I am choosing, and also, under which name I will be working.
So that was already buzzing in my head, and in my Inbox.
I need to take action, as well as possibly course correct.

If I would describe this week, pre-seeing the Donington show photos, I would say I was leaning towards cleaning up and professionalizing my writing.
Acknowledging the fact that if I want to keep writing these daily posts, they will have to start paying for themselves.

And then I saw those pictures.
The pictures that drew from me a sexy remark that I deleted, because I thought it was too sexual.
Yet Jon’s Donington pictures, were the full-color proof that there was no such thing, as being too sexual, when it came to rock n’ roll!

And suddenly I knew that I did not, belong on Richie’s side of the stage.
I was not, the brilliant singer-songwriter, whose musicality and voice have objectively always been stronger than Jon’s.

Instead, I identified with the throwing his full body into it, touching everything he could get his hands on, the sexually teasing and dancing, Jon Bon Jovi, side of the stage!

This week I also blogged about Japan 1986, the first concerts from the Slippery When Wet Tour. An album that had not even been released.

They were playing a concert with songs the audience didn’t know, and doing a tour with a name the audience didn’t recognize. Also because the album was originally scheduled to be called Wild In the Streets, in Japan.
Promotion for this Japan leg of the SWW Tour, had absolutely been less than ideal.
Jon: 

“We went to Japan and we figured, no problem, we’ll do the Budokan.
It was a fucking stiff!
It was going to be a halfhouse.
So I did everything I could to get the kids in there.
You realize you’d give all that money back just to fill that hall.
Money doesn’t mean shit!

It was a humbling experience.”
[ source ]

There was my answer….
I did not aspire to go for the easy business model of getting paid for a half hall. 
I wanted what Jon Bon Jovi described as:
“The high is to play to a sold out arena to people who really enjoy your music.”

More than money, I want to write for people who really enjoy my writing.

People you go the extra mile for.
People you wear pink skinny jeans for.
People you crawl for on your knees, and mount the stage for in a way so sweaty and so glorious, that they can’t help but shout out;

“Ladies and gentlemen; THIS is Jon Bon Jovi!”

Therefor

17 August 1985, Donington
Bon Jovi | Donington Festival | Master Tape | Caste Donington 1985

is the soundtrack for today

.
The show is added to the playlist 
“Bon Jovi concerts on this day”
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiGoDE3C06ScAo9UN4GyhtQWYfl3d6jMT
at August 17.

 ~Suzanne
Rock Star Writer
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From now on, this blog is ALL about Bon Jovi On this day – concerts.
But for #dailybonjoviyoga, you can check the fully updated page
: Practice materials and schedules

And I will share my personal #dailybonjoviyoga yoga on my Twitter

Blogs and YouTubes
will all soon be updated and rebooted in a yoga-free, and pink tight pants-rich , way 😉

I will keep you posted!!
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This Daily Bon Jovi Yoga blog is an element of “Rock Star” [phase 2]

Title: “Rock Star”
or “Rock Star yoga/ business/ writer”

artists: Suzanne Beenackers, little bear Puux           
art form: performance art
phase 1: earliest expressions, mixed work, July 2019 – March 2022
phase 2: April 2022 – 

3 YouTube channels
1. English YouTube “Liberation”: Rock Star Yoga + Life lessons in Bon Jovi songs
2. Nederlandse YouTube “de Catacombe” studio voor Rock Star Yoga 
3. YouTube Rock Your Business
De headers from all channels have been changed already, so you know you re in the right spot.

4 blogs
1. Rock Star Writer 
2. Yoga Blog: Daily Bon Jovi Yoga
3. World Between Worlds
4. Dutch blog: Suzanne Beenackers

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1 Twitter account
my personal Twitter account

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NEW: Books!

You can find my books The Little Mistress Who Turned Into A Baby Koala
A Boyfriend Like Jon Bongiovi
and White Tigress Yoga Workbook
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If you live in The Netherlands, Belgium or Germany, you can also order these books from me – just go to the bottom of this page:
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This series now has a playlist of On-this-day Bon Jovi concerts.
Updated daily with the most recent date at the top.

 

Seventy-eight hundred degrees | Bon Jovi 29 June 1985, Milwaukee Summerfest

In 1990 Jon Bon Jovi released a successful solo album Blaze of Glory, a nd received MTV’ Julie Brown in a  rented villa he called Disgraceland

Welcome to another day on this new daily blog! Every day you get:
(1) a story
Ranging from anywhere between
– a 2000 word blogpost, lavishly wrapped under, over and around, all things yoga and Bon Jovi;
– to refreshingly missing!

Which is not today, because last week I already wrote a large chunk about the Blaze of Glory album and “Santa Fe Wednesday”, as this day of the week is called in Rock Star Yoga/ #dailybonjoviyoga.
It didn’t fit into the post, because I already had three Wembley concerts to present to you, in a tidy fashion preferably.
Burying it under layers of New Mexico sand was not tidy.
So I kept the “Making of” Blaze of Glory story for another day, another Santa Fe Wednesday.

Which is today, this new Santa Fe Wednesday.

And next to the story about the making of the Blaze of Glory album, I also have the 7200 degrees Fahrenheit title of this blogpost, to explain!
Because although it was hot in New Mexico, it was not THAT hot!

So plenty of stories are afoot.

(2) You also get a Bon Jovi concert, a soundtrack for today
Also added to the on-this-day playlist, with all the concerts from this blog:
Bon Jovi concerts on this day

+
(3) a yoga practice you can do, based on the day of the week.
Pulled straight from day-by-day Rock Star Yoga/ #dailybonjoviyoga blueprint

About the yoga

Every day of the week, the Rock Star Yoga/ #dailybonjoviyoga is themed differently:

Monday: Find What Feels Good
do yoga with:🥤 Yoga with Adriene channel
or playlist 1: 🍭 Yoga with Adriene – selection
or playlist 2:🌱Yoga with Adriene Yoga for New Beginnings
or do hatha yoga with 🚧Slippery When Wet album🚧 or 🏟️Slippery When Wet tour🌎

Tuesday, showtime! New Jersey Syndicate Tour
do yoga with: 🕉️Ashtanga Yoga and  🏹 Rocket Yoga playlist
or freestyle with 🇺🇸New Jersey album🫐🟦 or 🏟️New Jersey Syndicate tour🌎

Wednesday:  🌵🏜️🏍️Santa Fe Day 🦅🏜️🌵
choose a yin yoga/ relaxation video from the yoga playlist
or do relaxing yoga with 🏜️Blaze of Glory album🏍️
OR (new!) do yoga with the live Dry County and Santa Fe playlist!
Will be explained below.

Thursday, showtime! Keep the Faith/ I ll Sleep When I m Dead Tour
do yoga with: 🌊Shiva Rea playlist
or buy her 1999 double album 2h practice, Yoga Sanctuary
or freestyle with 🛐 Keep the Faith album✝️ or the 🏟️KTF tour🌎

Friday: 🍻 An Evening With Bon Jovi🎤
do yoga with: 💃🏽 Tara Stiles playlist
or do hatha yoga with a few songs from the Cross Road album or An Evening With Bon Jovi

Saturday: Showtime! Cross Road/ These Days Tour
do yoga with: 🌶️ Meghan Curry Playlist.
or freestyle with
🎸These Days album🚑 or the 🏟️ CR/ TD Tour🌎

Sunday: Vintage Yoga
do yoga with: 📺 Playlist Vintage Yoga Videos + tv 
or hatha yoga with 1⃣Bon Jovi- Bon Jovi album💘, 🌋Fahrenheit🔥 or concerts 🎛️1984🎴🏮-🦂-1985🌎

Or, choose the fast lane to enlightenment, with Guns N’ Roses Yoga.
Full story here: 
->  Free yourself. And have breakfast with the other guests.
| A Day or a Lifetime, of Guns N’ Roses Yoga

💀🌹🎸  Guns N’Roses Yoga
do yoga with: 🕉️Ashtanga Yoga and  🏹 Rocket Yoga playlist
or freestyle with a 💀🌹🎸 Guns N’ Roses album,
or a concert, for example: 💀🌹🎸 Guns N’ Roses – Paris 06.06.1992 
Or my playlist: Guns N’ Roses Groningen 2022 06 23

 

Today

So today is June 29!
Let’s dive in: What is the yoga for today?
What is the Bon Jovi concert or concerts, on this day?

 

🤘🏾🧘🏾Yoga 29 June

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29 June 2022, is a Wednesday, which means:
  🌵🏜️🏍️Santa Fe Day 🦅🏜️🌵
Named after the song on Jon Bon Jovi’s 1990 solo album which he wrote in New Mexico.

On Wednesday, Santa Fe Day, we go out in the wilderness and start with a clean slate.
Just like Jon Bon Jovi, started with a clean slate in 1990:

Asked by Emilio Estevez if they could use Wanted Dead or Alive for the soundtrack of Young Guns II, Jon Bon Jovi, who was coming down from six years of back-to-back touring, and unsure if his band would ever get back together after the gruesome New Jersey Syndicate Tour, 
said something along the lines of “Hold my beer.”;
Visited the set, landed his cameo, made a tour by bike across America, and wrote a brand new song, tailored to the film, instead.
One song became two, and ten jam sessions with befriended world-famous musicians later, he was in a villa in the Hollywood Hills, a villa he called Disgraceland, giving what is my favorite Jon Bon Jovi interview ever, to MTV’s Julie Brown, to promote the highly acclaimed Blaze of Glory single and album.

With Blaze of Glory, what had started out as the darkest period in Jon Bon Jovi’s life, had become an artistic transformation. 
The band also came back together and made the radically different Keep the Faith, which includes the Jon Bon Jovi song, Dry County, an absolute fan favorite and directly inspired by the Blaze of Glory period.

The album Blaze of Glory, has the song Santa Fe on it.
Santa Fe is perhaps the only song that the fans have been wanting to hear even more than Dry County.

Santa Fe stands for the ultimate rarity, the ultimate gem, only known by those who face the wilderness.

I have made a playlist of Bon Jovi performing Dry County and Santa Fe:
Bon Jovi live Dry County and Santa Fe playlist
Jon tells the story about this intense period in the band’s life, in the intros of Dry County.

So on Wednesday, we go out in the wilderness and start with a clean slate.

You can choose between practicing yoga on your own, or a guided practice.

option 1: 🤘🏾🧘🏾 Guided yoga practice:
choose a yin yoga/ relaxation video from the yoga playlist

option 2: 🤘🏾🧘🏾 Practice yoga on your own:
Do relaxing yoga with 🏜️Blaze of Glory album🏍️
or the Bon Jovi live Dry County and Santa Fe playlist

—🤘🏾🧘🏾 🎶🎸 that was your practice for today 🤘🏾🧘🏾 🎶🎸—

The concert part!
What concerts were played on June 29? 

 

🗓️🎶🎸Bon Jovi 29 June

 

At Summerfest, Milwaukee, 29 June 1985. After just releasing their 2nd album 7800° Fahrenheit

There are two concert recordings of this day.

Fahrenheit Tour
29 June 1985, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Summerfest
Bon Jovi || Live Summerfest || Milwaukee, WI, USA 1985

This Milwaukee recording was already mentioned on June 20; 
Because I dated it wrongly.

As it turns out, there were two concerts in Milwaukee, 9 days apart.
The 20 June Milwaukee one, in hindsight, didn’t have a recording at all.
I adjusted this in the 20 June post.
The Milwaukee concert I found, was from June 29.
Which is today.

The second pre-1997 concert that has a recording is the 1996 victory lap of the These Days Tour, when Bon Jovi gave an outstanding series of concerts in Europe:

Cross Road/ These Days Tour
29 June 1996, Cologne, Germany, Müngersdorfer Stadion  (second night)
YouTube upload:
Bon Jovi | Legendary 2nd Night at Müngersdorfer Stadion | Cologne 1996

Because we already talked extensively about 1996 concerts yesterday, I m going to choose the 1985 concert as the soundtrack for today.
And because the Milwaukee concerts have already been mixed up by me once, and need to be handled!
Before I once again can’t tell one Milwaukee gig from the next.

29 June 1985, Milwaukee Summerfest,
is the soundtrack for today

.
Milwaukee 1985 and Cologne 1996 have both been added to the playlist,
“Bon Jovi concerts on this day”
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiGoDE3C06ScAo9UN4GyhtQWYfl3d6jMT

The Cologne 1996 recording will be saved for a later date, when we don’t have a good recording. 

Seventy-eight hundred degrees Fahrenheit

👩🏼‍💻 the story June 29

The final sighting of me on my YouTube channel, discussing the Fahrenheit album song by song…. Before I got lost on Tokyo Road.

If there is one part of my work as a content creator, that has suffered unacceptably – and even more unacceptably since I knew exactly what the work was. Contrary to Rock Star Yoga/ #dailybonjoviyoga, there were zero questions as to what was to be done and how! – then it is my Life lessons in Bon Jovi series for YouTube.

In a song-by-song way, starting at first song from Bon Jovi Runaway, moving up album by album, I would tell a little bit about the history of the song and then tie it to a life lesson.
In a similar way, as I do for this blog.

I also know exactly where I left off:
Tokyo Road, is the next stop.
And it has been for over a month.

The last song I discussed was In and Out of Love, the song before Tokyo Road, all from the Fahrenheit album. 

Part of the reason I fell of the wagon there, even though I have researched Tokyo Road multiple times, and I have even filmed it at least once and then threw it all out – 
part of the reason is because there is a strange element to that song.
And I wasn’t going to discuss that here, because with the Milwaukee gig and the Blaze of Glory story, I already bit off more than I can chew;
But f that.

Maybe I need to talk about this, to get it out of my system, and get on with it. That I can talk about something else in the video, and leave this questionable bit here.

Because isn’t Tokyo Road about Jon Bon Jovi having sex with a prostitute who he then doesn’t pay because she knew he didn’t have any money?
I m like: “Whoa! Wtf?!”
How can that ever be okay?
The two don’t talk each other’s language, so there is a lot of guess work involved, but that makes the assumption that she knew she would not be paid even harder to believe.

Yet I don’t want to be overly politically correct about the whole thing. It’s art, it’s a great story, it’s every man’s dream to not have to pay because you’re just so wildly attractive and sweet, that the sex worker just can’t NOT have sex with you;
But still.

Tokyo Road was where my Life lessons in Bon Jovi songs- endeavor stranded, and I thought I d probably pick it up after I knew how to ignore this bit of Tokyo Road, and make it about something else entirely.
I mean, who would notice right?
We can just as well talk about the music box, and Japanese cherry blossom.

The concert I selected for today, opens with Tokyo Road.
It begins with the music box from an old Japanese folk song that means “Cherry Blossom (Sakura)”
Bon Jovi || Live Summerfest || Milwaukee, WI, USA 1985
The part about the prostitute is at  4:45

I do have a lighter story that illustrates that young touring musicians are known to be without money, and often end up making connections with the locals, that would not have happened if they had toured sleeping in expensive hotels and being driven around in limos:
Eddie Vedder Reunited With Dutch Cyclist Who Gave Him a Ride Home 27 Years Ago

Maybe the life lesson in the more difficult part of the song Tokyo Road is simply that when you know better you do better. 

And a second lesson could be that we shouldn’t confuse erotic fantasies, nor the sharing of them by an artist, with reality.

Not confusing fantasy with reality means:
Do I like the fantasy of being a prostitute, just so I could let Jon Bon Jovi, not pay? I do. Which makes his fantasy equally valid, and neither one has anything to do with reality.

The sharing part means:
That you can’t hold an artist accountable for taking us on a journey;

Because by any definition, that is their job.
We are in a relationship with their work, because they take us on these no-guarantees journeys.

Okay, I m done now.
I know enough to pick up Life lessons in Bon Jovi songs at Tokyo Road, on my YouTube.

AND!
I return knowing how to actually pronounce the album’s name 7800° Fahrenheit!
It was not the “Fahrenheit” bit, I was in the dark about. I know how to pronounce German (don’t know the words, but that’s a different matter), and like to pronounce German or French words in an American way too. 
But the number part.

7800? 
What is that in English?

But in our concert for today, the Milwaukee one, Jon says at 13:00 minute:
“We have a brand new album out called seventy-eight hundred degrees Fahrenheit
“And God willing, we thought it was going to be seventy-eight hundred degrees out here tonight, what do you think, is that alright?”

In the story about Santa Fe day, and how the album Blaze of Glory came about, I mentioned the promotional interview with MTV’s Julie Brown
Jon and Julie come up with the perfect mix of script, improvisation and genuine chemistry. 

The interview is (supposedly) filmed at the 4th of July, Independence Day. And Julie Brown points out to Jon that she has color coded her outfit, in the colors of the American Flag.
At which Jon asks her where the white is, since we can only see the red and blue.

At a later point he unexpectedly lifts her skirt, seeing her underwear and concluding: “Now I see where the white part is.”
Julie squirms: “You nasty boy!”
Jon: “Oh, you know you want to.”
Julie: “I think I do, but I m working right now.”

The two are having such a good time together, the sparks nearly set fire to the Disgraceland mansion.

And I think in there lies the lesson: 
To never apologize for things that are hot.
To never walk away from them, nor shy away from them, and to also put more gasoline on the fire whenever you possibly can.

To never go for room temperature, but to get that temperature up to New Mexico level;
Up to sex fantasy level;
Up to Julie and Jon level;
And up to the level of Summerfest 1985 in Milwaukee.

The lesson is to boldly, live your life at 7800° Fahrenheit, even when you don’t know how to pronounce that.

And to bring it, for your best work.

 ~Suzanne
Rock Star Writer
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Sources! 
 🎶🎸 A brand new, on-this-day playlist of Bon Jovi concerts!
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiGoDE3C06ScAo9UN4GyhtQWYfl3d6jMT
updated daily, most recent show on top
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Check the yoga “touring schedule” 😉

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This Daily Bon Jovi Yoga blog is an element of “Rock Star” [phase 2]

Title: “Rock Star”
or “Rock Star yoga/ business/ writer”

artists: Suzanne Beenackers, little bear Puux           
art form: performance art
phase 1: earliest expressions, mixed work, July 2019 – March 2022
phase 2: April 2022 – 

3 YouTube channels
1. English YouTube “Liberation”: Rock Star Yoga + Life lessons in Bon Jovi songs
2. Nederlandse YouTube “de Catacombe” studio voor Rock Star Yoga 
3. YouTube Rock Your Business
De headers from all channels have been changed already, so you know you re in the right spot.

4 blogs
1. Rock Star Writer 
2. Yoga Blog: Daily Bon Jovi Yoga
3. World Between Worlds
4. Dutch blog: Suzanne Beenackers

2 Facebook pages
1. Rock Star Writer on Facebook
2. Dutch: Suzanne Beenackers Schrijver Facebook met beertje Puux

1 Twitter account
my personal Twitter account

🌍🌎 📚🛒
online bookshop

NEW: Books!

You can find my books The Little Mistress Who Turned Into A Baby Koala
A Boyfriend Like Jon Bongiovi
and White Tigress Yoga Workbook
at the bottom of this page:
https://www.lulu.com/spotlight/rockstarwriter

If you live in The Netherlands, Belgium or Germany, you can also order these books from me – just go to the bottom of this page:
https://www.lulu.com/spotlight/rockstarwriter
to check out which ones you want, and write me an email at s_beenackers@hotmail.com.
Payment is via PayPal or bank transfer.

This series now has a playlist of On-this-day Bon Jovi concerts.
Updated daily with the most recent date at the top.