Bon Jovi has never released an official holiday album, but Jon Bon Jovi is gifting fans this year with not one, not two, but three holiday songs for them to enjoy.
The songs are covers of Tom Petty's "Christmas All Over Again," The Pogues' "Fairytale of New York" and "If I Get Home on Christmas Day," which was recorded by Elvis Presley on the 1971 album "Elvis Sings the Wonderful World of Christmas."
Petty's "Christmas All Over Again" is a 1992 song that appeared on both the charity album "A Very Special Christmas 2" and on the soundtrack for "Home Alone 2: Lost In New York."
The Pogues' song, which is a duet with late singer Kirsty MacColl, came out in 1987, but was recently in the headlines due to the BBC's Radio 1 announcing last month that it would only play a censored version of the song, removing several offensive words in lyrics. In his version, Bon Jovi has gotten around that by rewriting the lyrics to remove the offending words.
The music videos for the songs are exclusively available to members of the JBJ Experience Fan Club.
In other Bon Jovi news, more than a million fans tuned into the band's Facebook page to watch the documentary "On a Night Like This," which featured the band performing its hits as well as songs on the new album, "2020."