Poison frontman Bret Michaels elaborated on the band’s continuing live popularity during a recent phone conversation with Eric R. Danton of the Hartford Courant. “One of the first reasons is, our heart, then and now, is truly into it,” he said. “We put on a great show, always work hard to put on a great show, and the bottom line is the music – people have to like the songs you wrote.” He added, “Our band is comfortable in its skin, meaning, I’m not trying to deny what we were, where we’re going or what we are. If every time a trend changed and you try to jump on it, I think you kind of lose yourself. I think new music is great; I love it. I just can’t jump on every new thing.”
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