Bret Michaels (full name Bret Michael Sychak; born March 15, 1963 in Butler, PA) is the lead singer of glam metal band Poison , and a non-playable character in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.
During the single-player career mode in the Xbox 360 and Play Station 3 versions, Michaels appears to sing to Poison's "Talk Dirty to Me" and "Go That Far", from his solo career parallel to Poison.
Based on amazing personal experiences and encounters, this striking recollection spins tales of rivalry within the group, drug use and private recording sessions, revealing a side of the legendary act that will shock and intrigue even their most faithful followers.
Proving they were just as vulnerable to the common pitfalls of most successful musicians, this investigation discloses a variety of private issues, from Bret Michaels’ reclusive behavior and the group’s possessive — and often psychotic — fans to their constant competition for the spotlight, notoriety and women.
As objects, physical or emotional outbursts of your fallopian tubes and thereby involves a first time ever, the line between.[It] will be touch and go for the next few days while he is under intense observation,” the source says.Reps confirm this report is accurate, and tell PEOPLE, “We will have no additional information until further testing is done.” The rocker’s latest hospital visit follows his emergency appendectomy in San Antonio, Texas, on April 12.The band moved to Los Angeles in 1984 to begin touring clubs there. Bret Michaels recorded his first solo album in 1998, A Letter From Death Row, the soundtrack to the movie he directed, wrote, and starred in.Poison became one of the biggest heavy metal/pop metal bands in the world and also recording several hit albums such as the 8 million-seller Open Up and Say... Michaels also served as a judge during the 2005 season of reality television singing competition Nashville Star and released a country rock album in the same year called Freedom of Sound.