It's been one of those years for singer Bret Michaels, who hit the road earlier this summer despite having suffered a life-threatening brain aneurysm. Now the former Poison singer is suing a Syracuse, N.Y.-based concert
Bret Michaels, lead singer of Poison and celebreality star, will release a new solo album this month. 'Custom Built' is due in stores July 6. The album features the duet 'Nothing to Lose' with Miley Cyrus.
It's too early to start making fun of Poison frontman Bret Michaels, considering every week or so some report comes out suggesting the rocker might still be dealing with potentially life-threatening health issues. But while we refuse to laugh at Michaels at least until he's as
While 'American Idol' isn't exactly the most metal of all television programs, it certainly is one of the most famous, and it does revolve around music. Last night, contestants Lee DeWyze and Crystal Bowersox were the heart of a star-studded season finale
Poison frontman and celebreality star Bret Michaels has suffered a medical setback. The glam singer returned to the hospital after suffering from a 'warning stroke.' In medical terms, Michaels' condition is known as a transient
There have been a few updates on ailing rocker Bret Michaels of Poison fame. According to a post on his official Facebook page, Michaels remains in critical condition and under 24-hour supervision, as the first week and a half after a brain hemorrhage are the most crucial, since additional complications may arise. Head and brain injuries are no joke.
'Extra TV' spoke to Bret Michaels' dad, Wally Sychak, at his Pennsylvania home. Sychak told the news outlet that his son, who suffered a brain hemorrhage last week, is still ailing but that his condition is slowly improving
Bret Michaels is still hospitalized and in critical condition, but the Poison frontman's team of handlers posted a sincere thank you message to all his fans for their outpouring of support and prayers while Michaels deals with the effects of the brain hemorrhage he suffered last week. It has been reported that Michaels suffered a massive headache
Bret Michaels, the Poison singer and reality star who suffered a brain hemorrhage on Friday, remains in critical condition and hospitalized in an undisclosed location. According to a pair of posts, dated April 24 and 25, on the ailing rocker's official website, www.BretMichaels.com, further tests are being conducted and information will p
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