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Tasmanian music icon Tom Wolfe gets invite to exclusive Bon Jovi meet-up

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Tom Wolfe (third from left) with Bon Jovi. Image / Supplied

One member of Tasmanian country music stars The Wolfe Brothers has had a brush with rock royalty in the United States.

Tom Wolfe, one half of The Wolfe Brothers, was invited to an exclusive listening party in Nashville for Bon Jovi’s new album ‘Forever’, which was released on Friday.


It’s the 16th studio album from the American rock band, best known for their 80s hits ‘Livin’ On A Prayer’ and ‘You Give Love A Bad Name’.

Taking to Instagram to share the news, Tom said it was an incredible experience.

Bon Jovi. Image / Billboard

“Nashville is a crazy place.. Yesterday I got to attend a listening party at Ocean way Studios and listen to the New Bon Jovi album before it was released to the public, meet the band and ask some questions! CRAZY RIGHT?,” he posted.

“Ironically, one of my notes for this song writing trip was to write a “Bon Jovi style 3rd person anthem” so.. I asked Jon what his advice would be.”

Tom Wolfe (left) and Nick Wolfe (right) with country singer CJ Solar (centre) in Nashville. Image / Supplied

The Wolfe Brothers are visiting Nashville for a songwriting trip, drawing inspiration as the

“It sounds exactly like classic Bon Jovi; exactly what you want from them.”


The Wolfe Brothers are currently in Nashville for a songwriting trip, drawing inspiration as the annual CMA Fest descends on the city.

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