POISON's C.C. DEVILLE To Guest On KNAC.COM This Morning

POISON guitarist C.C. Deville will be the special guest of KNAC.COM's Diana DeVille (no relation) on her program today, Wednesday May 31 at 9:00 a.m. PST to discuss the band's upcoming tour and his stint on VH1's sixth installment of "The Surreal Life". As the interview will be conducted by phone, listeners can enter the chatroom at www.knac.com and post questions that will be forwarded to the guitarist.

POISON released a new greatest-hits set back in early April called "The Best Of Poison: 20 Years of Rock", which includes their cover version of GRAND FUNK RAILROAD's "We're An American Band". They'll join up with CINDERELLA and opening band ENDEVERAFTER for the "20 Years of Rock" tour from June 13 in Mankato, Minnesota to August 25 at Atlanta, Georgia.

(Thanks: Andrew / The Space Lord)


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