Jon Bon Jovi wouldn't have moved the Buffalo Bills, was going to buy a home in Western New York and pretty much would abandon his music career, but instead he slipped into a depression partly because he failed to buy the team in 2014.
Those were revelations Bon Jovi made Wednesday morning to radio host Howard Stern. The interview was the first time Bon Jovi has spoken at length about his unsuccessful bid to purchase the Bills after Ralph Wilson's death.
We dissected Bon Jovi's interview on the "Tim Graham Show."
Stern got into the topic by bringing up Donald Trump's plot to undercut Bon Jovi's chances through a negative PR campaign organized by East Aurora resident Michael Caputo, who worked on Trump's campaign for the New York Primary and the Republican National Convention.
Caputo, who broke the story in March 2017 on the "Tim Graham Show," also called into the Sports Radio 1270 The Fan studios Wednesday to share his thoughts on Bon Jovi's comments.
You can replay our Bon Jovi-Stern review here:
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