POISON Singer Attends Country Music Awards, Hosts Jam Session
POISON frontman Bret Michaels was among the attendees at Country Music Television's Flame Worthy Video Music Awards Wednesday night (April 21) in Nashville, Tennessee. Check out pictures from Wire Image: Arrivals, Backstage & Audience.
According to NetMusicCountdown.com, Michaels hosted a late-night, star-studded, country and rock 'n' roll jam session following the awards ceremony at The Stage, a Nashville nightclub located on a neon strip of lower Broadway. Big country names attended including Toby Keith, Joe Nichols, Rascal Flatts, Troy Gentry of MONTGOMERY GENTRY, Jeffrey Steele, Mark Wills, Chris Cagle and singer/songwriters Marcel, and Arlos Smith (who wrote Rascal's latest, "Mayberry").
"Country and rock music have such incredibly loyal fans," said Bret from the nightclub's crowded stage. "I'm just really glad to be able to play for you guys. It's all about giving back to all of you who have been there for us and that's what we're gonna do tonight! The industry should be kissing your ass because you're the real deal and you make the music world go around."
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