POISON Frontman Pays Tribute To Victims Of 9/11

September 10, 2002

POISON frontman Bret Michaels has posted the song "One More Day" — a tribute to those who lost their lives on September 11th, 2001 in the US terrorist attacks — at his website at www.bretmichaels.com for fans to download for free.

The track, which was written the day after the tragic events (on September 12th),"is as powerful and meaningful to me as 'Something To Believe In' was, which was written after the death of my best friend," Michaels said.

Michaels has also posted pictures from his visit to Ground Zero at his website. "Being there is so intense," said Bret, "I spent hours walking around the area. It was very moving."

"One More Day" is dedicated to the victims of September 11 and their families. The song will be included on Bret's forthcoming solo record Songs of Life.

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