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Poison – Original Lineup to Rock The Pearl Sept. 4

Poison - Original Lineup to Rock The Pearl Sept. 4
Poison – Original Lineup to Rock The Pearl Sept. 4
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Poison brings its original lineup (Bret Michaels C.C. DeVille Bobby Dall, and Rikki Rockett) to the intimate Pearl Theater inside Palms Casino Resort on Friday, Sept. 4 at 9 p.m. Tickets start at $59.95, plus applicable fees.
In its all original lineup, Poison has kept it rocking, real and relevant, bringing their own style, unbelievable live energy and hit songs to the big stage. Relentless from the ground up and forged in the hell fires of the Pennsylvania and Los Angeles club scenes, they smashed their way up as an independent band who bet on themselves. Bringing a ‘one part song, one part party’ and no holds barred, full throttle energy to their live stage performance, Poison paid its dues in the small bars and night clubs of the upper east coast.
By betting on themselves, Poison ended up forming their own record label Cyanide Music along with an independent distributor in Enigma records. The band broke the gates wide-open with their first album release Look What The Cat Dragged In. Selling more than 3 million copies of the independent album, which included the big hits “Talk Dirty To Me,” “I Won’t Forget You,” “Cry Tough,” “I Want Action,” and the underground smash “Look What The Cat Dragged In,” they were soon picked up by Capitol Records and beat the sophomore jinx by releasing the No. 1 smash “Every Rose Has It’s Thorn.” Written by singer/songwriter and frontman Bret Michaels, the song would remain atop the pop, rock and country charts for three months consecutively.
Also from that sophomore album, Open Up and Say…Ahh!, which sold 8 million copies out of the gate, hit singles “Fallen Angel,” “Nothin’ But A Good Time,” and “Your Mama Don’t Dance.” The multi-platinum album Flesh & Blood followed, lighting up the charts again with several more smash hit singles including “Unskinny Bop, “Something To Believe In,” and more. Countless Poison albums and BMB (Bret Michaels Band) solo releases followed, growing the group’s fan base worldwide.
As a lifelong Type 1 juvenile diabetic, Michaels was awarded the Humanitarian Of The Year award in 2019 for his philanthropic work. Michaels also continues to celebrate our veterans and first responders on-stage nightly.
Tickets for Poison are $59.95, $69.95, $89.95, $169.95 and $329.95 (front row), plus applicable fees and go on sale Friday, Feb. 28 at 10 a.m. Doors open at 8 p.m. Guests under 21 must be accompanied by an adult.


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