The second season of Greatest Lists continues with the Top 25 Guitar Solos of the 80s. Coming in at #20 on the list, chosen by host Jason, is “Lay Your Hands On Me” by Bon Jovi from the 1988 album New Jersey. Listen to get the scoop on the featured guitarist Richie Sambora, the song’s history, and the hosts’ personal perspective and breakdown.
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- “Lay Your Hands On Me” by Bon Jovi
- “Raise Your Hands” by Bon Jovi
- “Born to Be My Baby” by Bon Jovi
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While you are here, rediscover the music video for “Lay Your Hands on Me”…
Here is the scene from Spaceballs when we meet Barf, Lonestar and the Eagle 5 Winnebago ship for the first time using Bon Jovi’s “Raise Your Hands” as the backdrop…
Watch this live performance of “Born to be My Babe from 1988 in Tokyo…