By David Bergman
Press Syndication Group
Hardcover ǀ 210 Pages ǀ 
ISBN 978-0-9960587-0-4 | $59.99

BON JOVI: WORK, Just Selected by Parade Magazine as its “Dazzling”
No. 1 “Rock ‘n’ Roll Read” for the Holiday Season,

Rock Superstar Shows up to Support Official Bon Jovi Tour Photographer DAVID BERGMAN at NYC Book Signing & Gallery Event for Extraordinary Coffee Table Book

Watch the EXTRA TV interview with David Bergman and Jon Bon Jovi

"David is not only one of the finest photographers we've ever worked with, but he's the kind of guy you can be comfortable hanging around with in any environment. At the end of the day, the work speaks for itself. His photos are a work of art.” — Jon Bon Jovi

NEW YORK (Nov. 24, 2014) – Responding to popular demand in time for the holidays, BON JOVI: WORK, the extraordinary coffee table book released worldwide this fall that offers a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the top touring band in the world by its official tour photographer, David Bergman, is now available on Amazon after being previously being available only at the official Bon Jovi website.

The five-pound, oversized, 210-page hardcover book becomes more accessible through Amazon just as Parade Magazine made it the No. 1 “Rock ‘n’ Roll Read” for the holiday season, calling BON JOVI: WORK a “dazzling” experience. Click here to order BON JOVI: WORK (Press Syndication Group, 210 pp., $59.95) at Amazon. The book remains available at www.bonjovi.com/work as well.

Jon Bon Jovi surprised the crowd – and Bergman – at the photographer’s recent New York City book signing and gallery event, hosted by Adorama and sponsored by Canon, by making a casual appearance to publicly show his support for the photographer and the project. They were interviewed together there in an exclusive for EXTRA TV.

Bergman accompanied Bon Jovi at every show around the globe during the past two record-breaking world tours, from 2010-2013. The result is BON JOVI: WORK, also featured with a slideshow on Billboard.com – a stunning and incomparable collection of powerful color and black and white photographs, back stage and at home, capturing “what it’s like to travel the world with our band, inviting you to be a part of the action,” writes Jon Bon Jovi in the foreword. “From the happy times to the harrowed, these images let you transcend the frame of the photograph to connect to specific moments whenever you open this book.”

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