Glam veterans Poison could be heading back out on a road as frontman Brett Michaels has again reiterated his desire to see the band return to the live arena.
Speaking to the Tampa Bay Times he admitted bringing Poison back on the road in 2017 sat at the top of his wishlist.
“It'd be great for Bobby [Dall, bass] and C.C. [DeVille, guitar] and Rikki [Rockett, drums] and I to just be out there and have three months,” he commented.
“It's on my wish list, we're close to making it happen, and I know they want to do it, and they'll have a great time doing it.”
Last year Michaels suggested to the press that a potential tour with Def Leppard around America was on the cards but his claims were dismissed by Leppard axe man Phil Collen who said he hadn't heard of any potential tour.
Since playing the 2013 Indy 500 Miller Lite Carb Day Poison have not played any live shows with the exception of private events. Their last major tour came in 2012 when they hit the road with Def Leppard and Lita Ford.