Bret Michaels invited Scott Pasmore of "Good Morning Arizona" — which airs weekdays on KTVK 3TV — to the POISON singer's luxurious Scottsdale home on Thursday's edition of the program. You can now watch the segment below.
Michaels will host a fund-raising concert ob September 28 at Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino in Chandler to raise money for his charity, Life Rocks Foundation.
"It's a fun concert," Bret said. "It's a celebration of life; it's a party. A big Bret Michaels show, singing all the POISON hits and stuff and raising a lot of money."
For Michaels, who has been struggling with diabetes his entire life, raising money to help others has become a personal mission.
"It's about doing what you can when you can," Bret said. "No one's expecting anyone to give away everything they've got to another charity. It's just if you've got something, whether it's your time, whether it's your heart, soul, time, money. If you can do it, do it."
Over the last several years, Michaels and the Life Rocks Foundation have sent many diabetic kids to camps to help them learn how to manage their diabetes as well as show them that there are other kids just like them.
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