BRET MICHAELS: New Solo Album Sample Available
POISON frontman Bret Michaels has posted an audio sample from his upcoming solo album at his MySpace page. A new video clip is also in the works.
To catch Bret and/or POISON on TV this week, be sure to check out:
* "The Tyra Banks Show" on Feb. 07 at 9:00 a.m. ET
* "The Greatest: 40 Hottest Rock Star Girlfriends and Wives" (20-1) on Feb. 14 at 9:00 p.m. ET on VH1
Michaels is among the artists that have signed on to serve as "counselors" at this month's Rock 'n Roll Fantasy Camp. The cost of the five-day retreat, which will take place Feb. 15-19 in Hollywood, is $9,499, according to organizers. The camp culminates in a Battle of the Bands blowout at the House of Blues on Sunset in Hollywood, California. Other musicians scheduled to participate include Paul Stanley (KISS), Scott Ian (ANTHRAX), Bruce Kulick (KISS), Sully Erna (GODSMACK), and Mark Slaughter (SLAUGHTER).
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