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From the DIRTY MUSIC VIDEO channel at NO GOOD TV come the uncensored Director's Cut of the track "GO THAT FAR" from the legendary front man from POISON, Bret "Motherfuckin' Michaels!!!
Although Bret Michaels has led the rock band Poison for the last twenty years, he has consistently worked on special solo projects.
Bret has recorded with Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down, Mark Wills, Chris Cagle, Stevie Nicks, Uncle Kracker, Phil Vassar and Jessica Andrews. He has also performed with the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr., Drowning Pool, Kenny Chesney, members of Kiss and Steven Tyler.
Bret can also be heard in Uncle Krackers duet with Kenny Chesney called Last Night Again. Bret and Phil Vassar share background vocal duties.
Bret was asked to appear onstage at Lynyrd Skynyrd's television reunion Live From The Fox Theatre. Bret jammed alongside Travis Tritt, Charlie Daniels, Ozzy's Zakk Wylde, Tom Keifer, Donnie Van Zant and Peter Frampton.
Michaels performed The Beatles song, "Drive My Car" for a RADD PSA alongside Paul McCartney, Melissa Etheridge, Clint Black, Lisa Hartman, Ringo Starr and many others.
Obviously, well established as a successful musician with Poison, Michaels sets records on his own as well. He has broken the attendance record, on his own, at numerous events and venues in 2005 and 2006 including: Waterstock Rock, Rockin The Runway, The Grave Diggers Ball, The SBVFD Charity Event in Butler Pennsylvania and The Stern Wheel Regatta just to name a few.
Bret has suffered from Juvenile Diabetes since the age of six. For 38 years, Michaels has taken four insulin injections and eight blood tests each day to maintain and survive the disease. That is approx. 55,328 injections and 110,960 blood tests.
Bret was featured in Spin Magazine's Top 100 Greatest Moments in Rock And Roll for the explicit tape between he and then girlfriend, Pamela Anderson. Michaels and Anderson got a federal injunction to stop distribution, settled their case, receiving more than a seven-figure settlement. It is the only sex tape case that has been the subject of a reported case & is published in the official volume of books called the Federal Supplement as Michaels v. Internet Entertainment Group, Inc., 5 F.Supp.2d 823 (C.D. Cal. 1998).
Bret and actor Charlie Sheen had a film production company which produced Showcase Entertainment's feature, A Letter From Death Row as well as Miramax/Dimensions No Code Of Conduct which Michaels wrote, directed and starred in. They also produced the feature film, Free Money, starring Marlon Brando and Mira Sorvino.
Bret lived in Nashville in '95 and '96 when he was shooting the movie A Letter From Death Row. At the time, Michaels wrote a song, "The Other Side Of Me" with famous country writers Gary Baker and Frank Meyers, who wrote the smash hit, "I Swear." The song was heard by several labels, including Mike Curb's label (LeAnn Rimes, Tim McGraw), who was interested in signing Michaels to a country record deal.
Bret is the only musician in history to successfully write, direct, executive produce, camera operate, perform his own stunts, score and star in, as well as record a complete soundtrack for A Letter From Death Row, a feature film distributed worldwide by Showcase Entertainment, which also starred Martin Sheen, Charlie Sheen and Kristi Gibson.
Bret appeared on the cover and inside Playgirl Magazine several times on their "Ten Sexiest Rock Stars" list.
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