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Poison tour “looks like it will happen”

Posted by on September 16, 2014

When asked if Poison could tour again in 2015, vocalist Bret Michaels told the Cleveland Scene exactly what hair metal fans wanted to hear:

“It looks like it will happen. It’s been a few years — we just want to put together the right package and show to celebrate with everyone.”

The band last toured in 2012, with Def Leppard and Lita Ford on the Rock of Ages tour. In the meantime that band has been playing corporate gigs which, according to drummer Rikki Rockett, “pay very well.” He was also asked about the possibility of a new album, as they haven’t done an original studio album since 2002. Michaels says “when the time’s right, I’m sure it will happen.” When Poison toured in 2007 for their 20th anniversary tour with Cinderella, the band grossed over $5 million over the course of 37 dates. We’re assuming that if they do tour, Michaels will definitely watch out for falling stages.

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