Bret Michaels Says Poison Will Reunite For ‘More Thrilling Tours & New Music’

Bret Michaels, the lead singer of POISON, recently talked about his future plans in an interview with The Oakland Press. After successfully completing “The Stadium Tour” with MÖTLEY CRÜE and DEF LEPPARD in the summer of 2022, Michaels is excited about regrouping with POISON in 2025. This reunion isn’t just about more tours; it also brings the anticipation of new songs.

Looking back on his impressive career, Michaels remains positive and grateful. He treasures the experiences of meeting diverse people, performing at various venues, and sharing his music globally. Even when facing challenges, he’s been adaptable, even trying out country festivals.

Now at the age of 60, Michaels is actively promoting his “Parti-Gras” 2023 solo tour. His passion for music and appreciation for his fans remain as strong as ever. He approaches every performance with the same enthusiasm, whether it’s on a big stage or at smaller venues like Harpo’s or Blondie’s.

With his unyielding determination and love for music, Bret Michaels assures his fans that there’s much more to look forward to. The planned reunion with POISON in 2025 promises exciting tours and potentially new musical endeavors.

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