Found June 09, 2013 on College Spun:
Most parents who are proud of their child’s collegiate choice buy a bumper sticker for their car to show their newfound loyalty. Jon Bon Jovi got one for his guitar instead. Bon Jovi was spotted last night with a Notre Dame Fighting Irish logo on his six-string during a concert in Manchester. Why? The frontman’s son, Jesse Bongiovi, is reportedly walking onto the football team this season as a true freshman.  Here are a few shots from the concert – you can see the decal on the lower left portion of his guitar. The Bon Jovi gig in Manchester last night! twitter.com/Rockstarriffs/… — James (@Rockstarriffs) June 9, 2013   Jon Bon Jovi about an hour ago during the show in Manchester, UK twitter.com/BJ_photos/stat… — Bon Jovi photos (@BJ_photos) June 8, 2013 mcfc.co.uk Notre Dame will certainly be “livin’ on a prayer” with that schedule this year, so yeah, this makes sense.
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