US rock star Jon Bon Jovi and his band are waiving their performance fee for a concert in Madrid as a gesture to their Spanish fans hit by the country's economic crisis.
Tickets for the band's sold-out concert on June 27 cost between 18 euro (£15) and 39 euro (£33), roughly half normal prices for such concerts.
Newspaper El Mundo quotes the singer as saying they initially planned not to play Spain, fearing poor demand from cash-strapped fans.
But he told the paper: "I didn't want to let fans down." So the band decided to drop their performance fee, meaning the ticket money will only cover the other costs of staging the concert.