BRET MICHAELS' Autobiography Pushed Back To 2010

September 22, 2009

Gary Graff of reports: Having his autobiography, "Roses and Thorns: The Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy to My Reality", pushed back into 2010 by publisher Simon & Schuster is allowing POISON's Bret Michaels to tell the rest of the story.

The book was originally due out this past June, and while Michaels acknowledges "it would've been great to have it out there," he says that the delay "let me talk about the Tonys and the (summer) tour with DEF LEPPARD and CHEAP TRICK and all the nutty stories I'll have from the summer." Michaels made headlines on June 7 when he fractured his nose at the Tony Awards, colliding with a piece of moving scenery after he performed POISON's "Nothin' But a Good Time" with the cast of "Rock Of Ages".

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