Poison Will 'Do Something Special' Next Year Says Bret Michaels

Poison frontman Bret Michaels says in a new interview that he expects that the band, which has been inactive for the past three years, will do something special next year to mark their 32nd anniversary.

Michaels explained in a new interview with Lancaster Eagle-Gazette in Ohio (via UCR) that Poison is still a going concern despite their inactivity in recent years.

"We have never broken up, even though we all go on and do other things," he told the paper. "We are brothers. Next year will be the [32nd] anniversary and I'm sure we'll do something special."

Ultimate Classic Rock advises that fans not get too excited by his comments because he said the following back in 2014, "In 2015I'm thinking - not officially going on record, but rumoring. I'm just thinking of reuniting all of the original - 'cause we can't go out with all of the original guys.

"It's gotta be CC [Deville], Bobby [Dall] and myself and I think we're going to have to throw a mega Poison summer bash together next year."

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