Richie Sambora Open To Reuniting With Bon Jovi
"I would think about it for sure," he revealed. "There's no malice here. You get along for 30 years, that's a damn good marriage. ... I was coming out of something a little bit different with my solo record, Aftermath of the Lowdown, and it just didn't go in the right direction for me artistically, which is not to say it's a bad thing."
Sambora was also quick to discredit reports that his split from the band was rooted in disagreements about money. "[That's] baloney," he said. "You look at your bank account, and you see the currency of love and happiness is more important than the currency of money."
Much of Sambora's downtime has been spent with his 16-year-old daughter Ava, who's an aspiring actress, and tending to his mother, who's recovering from a recent hip fracture. He dropped strong hints, however, that he's preparing to jump back into music with renewed vigor. "I want to get together with people that I like, who I have relationships with, and try to build a brand," he said. "Go out and gig on my own and make a living." more on this story
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