POISON singer Bret Michaels recently spoke to Yahoo! Travel about how to "properly trash a hotel room" when you are a rock star. Check out the clip below."There's got to be a massive kick, usually into a closet door — a little hollow in there, so you get your foot through it so you feel fired up when it happens," said Bret. Find a vase or something that’s going to shatter loudly. Go after the coffee machine — that's a good one — anything from the minibar. Make sure it's loud and a lot of glass involved and there are no children within eye-shatter range." Michaels released a new solo single, "A Beautiful Soul", on April 1. He also performed the track on the April 2 edition of "Oprah's Lifeclass". His last CD, "Bret Michaels: Jammin With Friends", was released in June 2013 and featured a myriad of legendary guests, including Joe Perry (AEROSMITH), Loretta Lynn, Jimmy Buffett, Ace Frehley (KISS), Michael Anthony (VAN HALEN) and members of LYNYRD SKYNYRD.
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