Bassist Bobby Dall states Poison should make a new album but doesn’t know if it will happen
Poison bassist Bobby Dall was recently interviewed by Andrew Catania of All That Shreds and was asked whether there is any chance that Poison will record a new album.
Dall stated: “I’m not going to bullshit you Andrew [and] say there’s any in the process. Would I like there to be? Yes. But, it’s a matter of everyone having the time. Everybody in the band has other commitments. Some members have younger children and others. So between those two issues, it’s difficult and you know, health issues as we get older. Should we be making a new record? Yes, definitely. But will it happen? I don’t know.”
In terms of Dall‘s favorite Poison album, the bassist opined: “You know, that’s a that’s a great question. Nobody has ever asked me that or asked me that specific question. I would have to say that, Look What The Cat Dragged In. You have your whole life to write your first album. It’s your first hit record. It’s the first time you turn on the radio and you hear yours. So would be a playback. There were a lot of firsts that went with that record. After that, we had to make our sophomore record and there’s a lot of pressure on you after coming off with a hit record and we just came right off the tour, went right into rehearsals and spent a couple months there and a couple of months in the studio. Then came Open Up and Say…Ahh! which is this year is the 30th anniversary of.”
You can read the rest of the interview with Bobby Dall at All That Shreds.