Def Leppard have unveiled the first leg of dates for their upcoming North American summer tour with Poison. In addition, they've revealed that metal goddess Lita Ford will be joining them for the ride.
By now everyone and their grandmother has seen the YouTube video of Poison frontman Bret Michaels getting smacked in the face with a prop during his performance at the 2009 Tony Awards with the cast of Rock of Ages and that’s exactly why Michaels is suing over the incident … again.
While Bret Michaels may seem like one of the hardest working men in rock juggling his solo career, Poison and a bevy of reality shows, there's a method to his madness. Michaels recently stopped by the set of Sharon Osbourne's TV show ‘The Talk’ to participate in their ‘Redo U’ series, offering up advice and self-help to anyone seeking it.
So if you think you’ve heard every possible incarnation of Poison’s ‘Every Rose Has It’s Thorn,’ think again! Bret Michaels is gearing up to release a new solo disc titled ‘Get Your Rock On’ and it will include a duet of the twangy love song with country legend Loretta Lynn.
Oh my god, look what the legal cats dragged in! Poison are being accused of stealing some of their biggest hits, which were also some of the most massive songs of the '80s glam rock era. The band, fronted by the ubiquitous Bret Michaels, have been slapped upside the head with a lawsuit which claims the band plagiarized a handful of songs, among them 'Talk Dirty to Me,' 'I Won't Forget You' and 'Fallen Angel' from its multi-platinum debt 'Look What the Cat Dragged In.'
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