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Bret Michaels Hints At Poison Playing 30th Anniversary Tour

12/09/2015
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(Classic Rock) Poison mainman Bret Michaels says that the band might play a "select" few dates next summer to celebrate their 30th anniversary. The 52-year-old tells Las Vegas Magazine that he hopes to perform 10 to 30 "unbelievably awesome" shows - and that he has tentatively called it The XXX Tour.

Michaels, who has battled kidney problems and suffered from a brain haemorrhage in 2011, says: "I have three generations of fans from the 80s, 90s and 00s just partying, and it's much more than a concert.

"Good, bad, ugly, pain - everything else goes away when I walk out on that stage. It's a moment of pure energy and passion, and I feel blessed." Read more here.

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