ABBA's record sales figure is uncertain and various estimates range from over 140 to over 500 million sold records. This makes them one of the best-selling music artists, and the second best-selling music group of all time, after the Beatles. ABBA was the first group to come from a non-English-speaking country to enjoy consistent success in the charts of English-speaking countries.
Bon Jovi visited local radio station WAPP 103.5FM "The Apple" in Lake Success, New York. In 1983, a then-unknown Bon Jovi visited the station and wrote and sang the jingles for the station. He spoke with DJ Chip Hobart and to the promotion director, John Lassman, who suggested Bon Jovi let WAPP include the song "Runaway" on the station's compilation album of local homegrown talent. Bon Jovi was reluctant, but eventually gave them the song, on which Bon Jovi had used studio musicians to play on the track "Runaway" (which was written in 1982).
John is your typical guy, loves his sport, having played or watched most (infact he can quite happily sit and watch every ball of a 5 day cricket test match and think it's time well spent).
He is into bushwalking, loves Movies and TV, particularly Sci-Fi & Fantasy.
John can spend a whole day playing a good strategy computer game (yes those early years playing with soldiers didn't got to waste).
He has a great love of trivia and a huge passion for history where he always says he should one day go back to Uni and get his Masters.
Does Radio because it's fun!