The Queen’s guards performed a special medley of Bon Jovi hits on Friday morning outside of Buckingham Palace.
The Band of the Household Guard performed some of the rock band’s most famous tunes, including Livin’ on a Prayer, It’s My Life and You Give Love A Bad Name.
🎺Guard Change at Buckingham Palace!— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) February 28, 2020
Today the @ScotsGuardsBand played a special @BonJovi medley to celebrate his collaboration with @WeAreInvictus ! The Queen’s Guard handed over responsibility for protecting Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace to the New Guard. pic.twitter.com/2KRFDsc2ac
Friday was not the first time that the Buckingham Palace guards have played rather unconventional music outside of Buckingham Palace.
The Band of the Household Guard delivered a medley of Bon Jovi songs outside Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard.
It came as the Duke of Sussex teamed up with Jon Bon Jovi in London to record a charity single for the Invictus Games Foundation pic.twitter.com/WCcnYRDs61
— PA Media (@PA) February 28, 2020
In the past, they have performed a medley of ABBA classics including Dancing Queen and Mamma Mia.
In 2018, to mark the death of the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, Respect was played in the forecourt of the palace.