Only the most dedicated fans of the glam rock band Poison can be expected to know the name Richard Allan Ream. But we all know this drummer by stage name -- Rikki Rockett. Wanna know his birthday, too? It's Aug. 8, and he'll tur
Poison frontman Bret Michaels has separated with fiancé and longtime love Kristi Lynn Gibson. The two had been dating since 1996, but called off their engagement, 20 months after Michaels proposed to finish his VH1 reality television show.
Poison singer Bret Michaels has enjoyed an interesting life that's included being a rock star, appearing in several reality television shows, and working behind the scenes with his own film-production company.
It's somewhat misleading to call Bret Michaels' next album a solo effort, as he's teamed up with nearly a dozen well-known rockers and country musicians. The Poison frontman has recorded the project without the band that made him famous. Instead, artists like Ace Frehley, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Aerosmith'sJoe Perry and many more will join him on Poison hits.
The film 'Rock of Ages' may have had a bad opening week at the box office, but the tour of the same name featuring Def Leppard, Poison and Lita Ford fared a little better last night (June 20) as it got underway at the USANA Amphitheater in West Valley City, Utah.
Almost three years after being knocked to the ground while performing at the Tony Awards, Bret Michaels has settled a lawsuit with the show's organizers and the network. While the terms were not made public, Michael's attorney indicated the singer was pleased that the affair was over.
Last we heard from Bret Michaels, he was chasing rock's original gypsy, Stevie Nicks, for a guest spot on his upcoming solo record, 'Get Your Rock On,' tentatively due this summer. While he may not have scored Stevie for the album (yet?), he has already lined up a veritable who's who of...well, of people who make music, spanning the gamut from fellow rock veterans Joe Perry of Aerosmith and Ace Frehley of KISS to country icon Loretta Lynn and chief parrothead Jimmy Buffett.
Def Leppard and Poison will begin a tour of North America in June, crossing the country in 32 days, with 18 shows in the U.S. and Canada. It's the second extended stretch of dates featuring the two '80s rock bands, who toured extensively together in 2009.
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