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March 12, 2013

Rocker Bret Michaels schedules summer date

WINNIE — It’s going to be “Nothin’ But a Good Time” at Nutty Jerry’s this summer.

Poison vocalist Bret Michaels is returning to Southeast Texas on Saturday, June 22, for a concert at Nutty Jerry’s Entertainment Complex in Winnie, Texas. Tickets for this all ages showcase are $45-$75 and go on sale Friday, March 15 at www.nuttyjerrys.com or by calling 877-643-7508.

Michaels is no stranger to rock fans in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana having performed in both areas with his Poison bandmates and his solo touring group.

Michaels most recent solo performance in the area was May 24, 2012, as the opening show of the 2012 “Party by the Pool” concert series at L’Auberge du Lac Casino and Resort in Lake Charles, La. His last solo performance in Southeast Texas was Dec. 15, 2007, at the Beaumont Civic Center.

Michaels, who will turn 50-years-old on March 15, is currently readying another solo album, “Good Songs and Great Friends,” for as a yet-to-be-announced release date. His previous record, “Custom Built,” was released in July 2010.

Visit www.bretmichaels.com for more information and tour dates.

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