“I started by working up a drum pattern thing with my mouth, then I sat down with the 808 and laid it down.
It’s very simple and very voice-driven, with a good drum track.
forcing him back to the ER where stents were removed.
This isn't the first time Bret's diabetes have acted up on tour ...
Since then, Michaels has been focusing on his solo career and last year released the video for "Girls On Bars", his rock-and-country-crossover track which was written with Grammy Award-winning songwriter Luke Laird. But I still see something amazing happening." Michaels added that POISON's future plans depend partly on the health of drummer Rikki Rockett, who last year completed nine rounds of chemotherapy and seven weeks of radiation after being diagnosed with oral cancer in the summer.
During an April 18 appearance on the Sirius XM satellite radio show "Eddie Trunk Live", Michaels was asked if he thinks POISON will ever regroup to do some more touring. He said: "Right now we've all got a prayer out for Rikki and his health; we hope that it's great.
It's finally time for us to announce our 4th and final Backyard Concert of the year.The track finds Michaels not just in solo mode, but truly going it alone. “It’s just my voice, some guitar and a drum machine -- the old-school 808 -- and I’m doing all of it,” Michaels says. Sure we might want to leave the 90’s behind — things like dark lipliner, Day Glo, and a single unhooked strap of our overalls never really worked in the first place. She took her top off everywhere like it was Spring Break Cancun.But we learned from those mistakes (and burned the tiny, sticky Polaroids), which is why it’s as good a time as any to take a look at celebrity couples of the 90’s you probably forgot about. They dated in the late 90’s but broke off their engagement by the time of the early 2000’s.