Jon Bon Jovi Shares New Photo of Himself Relaxing on an Inflatable Swan
Singer-songwriter Jon Bon Jovi took to Instagram to show his fans and followers how he likes to kick back and relax in a recent photo of himself and his son, Jesse, in honor of National Rosé Day.
National Rosé Day, June 13, is a day to celebrate great summertime wines and Jon Bon Jovi had no plans of letting the celebrations slip by, even if it came a little late. Bon Jovi took to Instagram to share a photo of himself kicking it back and relaxing on a white inflatable swan. He wrote:
"I guess I missed National Rosé Day, but in our house, every day is a rosé day with @hamptonwater."
Jovi sat on the giant inflatable swan in a casual outfit of a white shirt and blue slacks with his oldest son and second child, Jesse, by his side.
Jesse was sitting at the doorway of a retro airstream camper with an unoccupied inflatable swan, like his father’s. In Jesse’s hand was a classy-looking bottle of Hampton Water wine from the family’s wine company run by himself and his mom, Dorothea.
The rock ‘n’ roll legend propped an arm on his knee that was drawn up close to his chest while his other hand held out a glass for Jesse to pour the sparkling pink beverage from the Hampton Water bottle.
The music icon rocked a pair of dark aviator sunglasses as he stared away from the camera, basking in the sun that struck his skin.
Since his glory days, the singer has almost completely retreated to a quiet life off the stage with his family.
The singer’s hair was done the same way it has been for decades — a fabulous salt and pepper colored head of voluminous lush hair. Jesse was wearing a light pink shirt unbuttoned halfway with brown shorts.
The father and son duo looked striking in the picturesque outdoors photo by their camper, and the singer’s followers flocked to the comments section to express how much they loved the photo.
Jon Bon Jovi has been a musical icon since the 80s when he became popular for his powerful melodies and peaking guitar riffs. His first song, “Runaway,” was released in 1980 and became the major catalyst for his career to shoot into the spotlight.
After “Runaway,” albums and songs came spilling forth from the New Jersey-born, with many of his releases going gold and platinum. He also dabbled a bit in acting and starred in “Moonlight and Valentino,” in 1995, and the 1996 drama film, "The Leading Man."
Since his glory days, the singer has almost completely retreated to a quiet life off the stage with his family, occasionally giving his fans insight into his life.