Amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, everyone stays at home and spends time indoor. Jon Bon Jovi is no less. However, with maintaining social distancing, he has been working on his new song as well.
Recently the “It’s My Life” singer said to the Daily Pop co-host Carissa Culiner about his busy schedule. He said that he is washing dishes at his different JBJ Soul Kitchen locations as he and his team try to help to combat hunger in the Garden State.
He is doing so that people can still be fed amid this tough time and they can only able to do take-out at this time because of the less volunteer.
Bon Jovi expressed, “The way the model works is if you are in need, especially if you’re in need, you volunteer to participate in the model. And so, all those volunteer positions, i.e. washing dishes, are no longer there because we’ve had to do take-out only and shut our doors.”
A new song inspired by the current situation?
Moreover, he urged everyone to donate something for the Soul Kitchen so that the needy can still get food. Meanwhile, Bon Jovi has prepared his new song as well which is based on the global pandemic, named “Do What You Can,” that too came to him when he was washing dishes.
Later he thought that would be nice song title and decided to reach out to his fans for the lyrics of the track as he wanted to know what the country was going through at this tough time.
He also spoke on his collaboration with Prince Harry where they both sang a song for the royal’s Invictus Games, a multi-sport event for wounded or sick veterans and service members as well. He actually wrote the song for an American documentary, titled To Be of Service, about veterans living with PTSD and their service animals but later he thought a little change in the could be the best in the Invictus Games and he did so.