It has been a good couple of days for Jon Bon Jovi.

On Wednesday, he performed at the “121212” benefit concert to raise money for Hurricane Sandy victims and woke up Thursday morning to a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song for "Not Running Anymore” from the film "Stand Up Guys."

Jon Bon Jovi on '121212' Concert: 'It Was Crazy, What a Night!'
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“Extra’s” AJ Calloway caught up with the superstar to get his reaction to both honors.

Bon Jovi said, “It’s a good day. Last night was phenomenal, obviously for a great cause… and then to wake up this morning and find out the project you have so much passion for -- “Stand Up Guys” -- gets a nomination for a Globes, it’s great.”

On the concert, Bon Jovi gushed, “It was the Stones and the Beatles and The Who and, of course, Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel and Eric Clapton... it was crazy, what a night!”

He continued, “Everybody felt like that fan, like you were when you were 18. I was down in the pit, taking pictures of the Stones and even the ushers were like, ‘Yeah, go ahead, take pictures.’ I'm trying to get Mick's attention like everyone… I was a groupie!”

Bon Jovi also reminded everyone that they can still help the victims of Sandy by contributing to national or local charities, like his own charity, Soul Foundation.