Jon Bon Jovi discography

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Jon Bon Jovi discography
Releases
Studio albums 2
Compilation albums 3
Singles 10
Collaborations 1
Other singles 1

The discography of American singer Jon Bon Jovi includes two released studio albums, three compilations and ten singles.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales threshold)
US CAN UK AUS NZ JAP SPA GER AUT SWI SWE
1990 Blaze of Glory – Young Guns II 3 2 2 3 4 4 1 4 1
  • US: 2× Multi-Platinum
  • CAN: 2× Platinum
1997 Destination Anywhere
  • Released: June 17, 1997
  • Label: Mercury Records
31 6 2 4 34 2 1 1 1 1 7
  • CAN: Platinum
  • ITA: Platinum
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Album
1999 John Bongiovi: The Power Station Years
  • Released: 1999
2001 The Power Station Years: The Unreleased Recordings
  • Released: September 18, 2001
  • Label: Mercury Records
2009 At The Starland Ballroom Live
  • Released: 2009
  • Label: BACKSTAGEJBJ.COM

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US US Rock CAN AUS NZ UK IRE GER SWI AUT NL SWE
1990 "Blaze of Glory" 1 1 1 1 1 13 3 16 5 2 16 3 Blaze of Glory
"Miracle" 12 20 6 8 6 29 20 47 20 65 15
1991 "Never Say Die" 86 60
"Dyin' Ain't Much of a Livin'"
1992 "Levon" 37* 27  ?— Two Rooms
1994 "Please Come Home for Christmas" 7 + 6 + A Very Special Christmas 2
1997 "Midnight in Chelsea" 27* 3 17 4 13 9 5 8 16 49 Destination Anywhere
"Queen of New Orleans" 40 40 10 27 66 50 40 41
"Janie, Don't Take Your Love to Town" 48* 18 13 38 40 61
"Ugly" 75 41 39
2010 "Everybody Hurts" (as part of "Helping Haiti") 121 69 28 17 1 1 16 16 25 Charity single
* Airplay/Radio & Records Chart, "—" denotes the single failed to chart or not released
  • + "Please Come Home for Christmas" was originally credited as a solo recording by Jon Bon Jovi when included on the Christmas compilation A Very Special Christmas 2 in 1992, but when released as a single in UK, Ireland and Europe in 1994, it was released as a Bon Jovi single under the band name. The cover artwork of the single was a still from the music video of Jon Bon Jovi and Cindy Crawford and the same Bon Jovi logo as was used on the albums Keep the Faith and Cross Road and the singles taken from them.

Guest singles[edit]

Year Single Artist US Country Album
1998 "Bang a Drum" Chris LeDoux 68 One Road Man