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Poison frontman Bret Michaels loves ‘moments of sincerity’ with fans | USA Today

Bret Michaels opened up about his passion for rock music and sports ahead of his new stadium tour.

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Bret Michaels is “cutting up I-80” on his way to a solo show in Fort Dodge, Iowa, a little more than a week before the kickoff of the summer rock circus known as The Stadium Tour.

The indefatigable Poison frontman – who will join his bandmates, as well as Def Leppard, Motley Crue and Joan Jett and The Blackhearts on the three-and-a-half-month outing that starts Thursday in Atlanta – is squeezing in a few concerts with the Bret Michaels Band, a practice he’ll continue throughout the summer.

But his strategy is identical whether it’s a Poison show or one of the 100-plus solo gigs he plays every year: “Bring 1,000% energy.”

The amiable Michaels, 59, appreciates his longevity in the music business – 36 years since Poison’s debut album – and approaches his career with refreshing self-awareness.

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