POISON Drummer To Perform With MELANIE MARTEL In Nashville

July 4, 2007

POISON drummer Rikki Rockett has posted the following message on his MySpace page:

"I have a day off from POISON, so I will be playing percussion for the beautiful and talented Melanie Martel who will be performing at The Stage in Nashville on Tuesday, July 10th from 2:15 p.m till 6:16 p.m.

"Melanie and I met one year ago on that date. Please come and celebrate with us and our Nashville friends. Stop by and find out what blew my mind a year ago when I heard her sing."

For more information on Melanie Martel, visit her MySpace page.

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