“Lead singer Ken Pittman sounded spot-on, and even looked the part with his feathered hair, wearing sunglasses, jeans and a leather vest without a shirt...Living On a Bad Name covered all their namesake's biggest tracks, including "Blaze of Glory," "I'll Be There for You," "Wanted Dead or Alive" and "Bad Medicine." They also dug into album cuts like "Raise Your Hands" and "Shut Up and Kiss Me," as if they wanted to make sure every Bon Jovi fan heard their favorite song. If you closed your eyes, it sounded close to the real thing on several songs, especially on "Runaway" and "Born To Be My Baby."”

“The show was fantastic and a true stage production. It left some audience members wondering if they were the real Bon Jovi. Crowd pleaser and fair-tastic! - Jason Ryan - Special Act Production Associate”

Jason Ryan - New York State Fair

“I am a huge Bon Jovi fan and when I saw these guys my mouth opened and I smiled from ear to ear. Best Bon Jovi tribute I've ever witnessed."”

"I couldn't believe my eyes and ears when the band started to play. You know how it is when a tribute plays. You think, well they must love the real band and this must be as good as it gets for them but Living On A Bad Name, like only a few other national acts in the tribute biz, has made this a true artistic form. The attention they pay to details and the singer? Close your eyes and you'd lose money betting that Jon Bon Jovi was singing."