POISON To Perform On 'Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson'

POISON has confirmed national television and global online performances and interviews around the June 5 release of their new EMI America Records/Capitol album "Poison'd!"

On "Poison'd!"'s June 5 release date, POISON will host a live webcast performance and question-and-answer session on the band’s official site, www.poisonweb.com. The exclusive one-hour webcast will go out live from Capitol Studios' legendary Studio A at 12 PM (PST)/ 3 PM (EST). Fans from around the world can register for the free webcast and submit questions for the band's consideration at www.poisonweb.com or www.myspace.com/poison. Wicked Pictures' actress Kirsten Price will emcee the webcast event.

On June 7, POISON will perform "What I Like About You" from "Poison'd!" on CBS' "Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson". Bret Michaels will also be interviewed by Ferguson about POISON's new album and tour and his new VH1 reality series, "Rock Of Love With Bret Michaels", premiering July 15.

Featuring POISON's original members, Bret Michaels (vocals), C.C. DeVille (guitar), Rikki Rockett (drums) and Bobby Dall (bass), "Poison'd" presents the band's first new studio recordings since 2002's "Hollyweird". Produced by Don Was at Hensen Recording Studios in Hollywood, "Poison'd" packs 13 explosive tracks, including new recordings of DAVID BOWIE's "Suffragette City", THE CARS' "You're Just What I Needed", THE ROMANTICS' "What I Like About You", SWEET's "Little Willy", THE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND's "Can't You See" and THE ROLLING STONES' "Dead Flowers". Some of POISON's best previously recorded covers are also featured on "Poison'd", including KISS' "Rock and Roll All Nite", GRAND FUNK RAILROAD's "We're An American Band" and LOGGINS AND MESSINA's "Your Mama Don't Dance".

POISON will hit more than 50 U.S. cities this summer on their "Poison'd!" nationwide co-headlining tour with RATT.


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