BRET MICHAELS: New Solo Single Release Moved Forward

The release date of POISON frontman Bret Michaels's new solo single, "Nothing To Lose" (formerly "Fall On Me"), has been moved forward two weeks to February 2. It will be made available via all digital media outlets, incuding iTunes, Napster and Rhapsody.

Michaels recently posted a "demo" version of "Nothing To Lose", which was mixed by Jeff Juliano, who has previously worked with DAVE MATTHEWS, JOHN MAYER and SHINEDOWN.

To listen to the song, click on the audio player below.

After completing the highly successful POISON tour with DEF LEPPARD this summer, Michaels went back on the road solo, finishing a fall run of his "Rock of Love" tour. At the moment Bret is focused on completing his autobiography titled "Roses and Thorns", a raw look into the reality of living out his rock and roll fantasy. The autobiography is to be released by Simon & Schuster in the spring of 2010.

"There are many reasons Bret is just as successful and relevant 20 years after he emerged into the world of American pop culture," states Michaels's spokesperson, Janna Elias. "His passion for both playing music as well as the business of taking care of it, combined with his close connection to his fans and his ability to find positive in the most negative of situations, make him undeniably likable to fans and industry insiders alike, his work-hard-play-harder attitude always prevails."


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