Watch: BRET MICHAELS Performs With POISON Cover Band SHOT OF POISON In Massachusetts
May 7, 2022
Bret Michaels was joined by POISON cover band SHOT OF POISON on stage during his April 28 concert at Six String Grill & Stage in Foxborough, Massachusetts to perform the POISON classic "Nothin' But A Good Time".
Four days later, SHOT OF POISON shared video and photos of the performance on social media, writing in an accompanying message: "SHOT OF POISON was honored and humbled to join Bret Michaels and the Bret Michaels Band live on stage performing Nothin' But a Good Time at the Six String Stage, Patriot Place, at Gillette Stadium on Draft Day! The room was packed with friends, family and fans and the vibe was electric! Bret promised to bring the party to town and he sure did. SOP enjoyed every moment of this amazing night and are so honored to receive Bret's kindness, friendship and support! Thank You Bret Michaels!"
Bret originally invited SHOT OF POISON to perform with him after watching E! network's "Clash Of The Cover Bands" last December. SHOT OF POISON didn't win the competition — they lost to a DEPECHE MODE cover band — but Michaels made sure they went home with more than nothing, but a good time. Michaels invited SHOT OF POISON to join him on stage for one of his upcoming solo shows.
"For all your hard work and dedication to making a POISON show look incredible and everything that you do, I want to invite you on stage to a Bret Michaels show, and we will do 'Nothin' But A Good Time' on my 'Nothin' But A Good Vibe' tour," Michaels tweeted on December 2, 2021.
"They play great live music and I love the energy they brought to 'Clash Of The Cover Bands'," he added.
"Thank you for the shout-out, and we'd be HONORED to play 'Nothin' But A Good Time' on stage with you during a stop on your upcoming 'Nothin' But S Good Vibe' tour," SHOT OF POISON responded.
SHOT OF POISON is a group of talented, veteran, local rock musicians and innovative musical businessmen who've created a top-shelf tribute to the 35th anniversary of the greatest, hard-rocking, glam-slam party band ever — POISON. SHOT OF POISON's full intention is to bring audiences the look and sound they expect, to make the best modern-day POISON experience in the world.
E! 's "Clash Of The Cover Bands" pits two cover bands head to head for a chance to win $10,000. The series airs on E!
While preparing for POISON's upcoming stadium tour, which begins on June 16 in Atlanta, Georgia, Michaels has many projects, including select solo performances, private engagements, a development deal, and several documentaries in the works.
Shot of Poison was honored and humbled to join Bret Michaels and the Bret Michaels Band live on stage performing Nothin'...
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