Bret Michaels states now is not the time for new music from Poison
Poison frontman Bret Michaels delivered some good and bad news to the legion of Poison fans in a recent interview with Pocono Record. While the singer proclaimed that Poison had never broken up and never would, he also pointed out that this was not the time for new music from Poison.
When asked what was the status of Poison and whether there would be a follow up to Poison‘s last album Poison’d (released in 2007), Michaels replied: “With Poison, it’s always about timing. The band has never broken up, and we never will. Right now is not the time for us to make new music, but the day will come, when we are all on the same page and we will do something really special.”
Of note, the Poison band members consisting of Michaels, guitarist C.C. DeVille, bassist Bobby Dall and drummer Rikki Rockett have not toured together since 2012’s Rock Of Ages Tour. The first step is likely to get all four Poison band members on stage playing together before they embark on creating new music together.
With respect to whether he is working on new solo material, Michaels stated: “I am always working on new solo material. I have a studio on the bus with me and anytime I have an idea, I can get up and crank it out. I’m not exactly sure when something new will come out, but it’s never far away.”
You can read the rest of the interview at Pocono Record.