Bon Jovi did its first concert in Israel Saturday.
Powerline is impressed.
Most music acts don't perform in Israel. Bon Jovi was ready to go.
The singer explained he’s most excited to visit the metropolitan city for its “vibrant and dynamic” culture and “great restaurants.” He and the band will reportedly spend more time than just the day of their concert in Tel Aviv. “There are a few places in the world that I haven’t been, Israel is one of them,” he said. “So I’m thrilled to be coming. We want to stay for a few days and see as much as possible.”