POISON Frontman To Guest On 'The Adam Carolla Show'
POISON frontman Bret Michaels will be appearing on "The Adam Carolla Show" this Thursday (March 30) morning at 8:25 a.m. Pacific Time.
To listen live and to get information on Adam Carolla, visit www.AdamCarolla.com.
As previously reported, POISON's cover of GRAND FUNK RAILROAD's "We're An American Band", produced by Don Was (THE ROLLING STONES, BOB DYLAN), has been posted online at www.myspace.com/poison. The song will appear on the band's upcoming 18-track collection, "The Best of Poison: 20 Years of Rock", due on April 4 via Capitol/EMI Music Catalog Marketing. The CD, which commemorates POISON's 20th anniversary and the band's career tally of more than 25 million albums and DVDs sold around the world, packs the group's biggest hits and fan favorites. In May, POISON will hit the road for a major 20th anniversary summer tour sponsored by Live Nation! and presented by VH1 Classic.
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