Let the good times roll again for Bret Michaels!
On the mend from last month's subarachnoid brain hemorrhage, the rocker is confirmed to return to the concert stage on May 28, his official website confirms.
Michaels, 47, will resume his Custom Built Tour at the Hard Rock Live venue in Biloxi, Miss.; he plans to continue touring through December 2010.
His agent Brian Ahern adds that the Poison singer plans to reschedule dates cancelled during his stint in intensive care. "We have been overwhelmed with well wishes and offers that continue to pour in," Ahern says.
To prep for his comeback, the Rock of Love star has upped his rehabilitation sessions to twice-daily, his website reports.
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Also on his agenda: Celebrity Apprentice's live finale on May 23. "We really hope that Bret is well and able to join us at the finale," show host/producer Donald Trump said. "[Bret] is a fighter and strong competitor."
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But Michaels' return to the small screen will be with Oprah Winfrey. He'll sit down for an interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show May 19.
His solo album Custom Built -- featuring "Nothin' to Lose," a duet with Miley Cyrus -- hits stores June 8
Over the course of 25 years he has led the band Poison through both good times and bad.
He has been higher than high and lower than low but through it all he remains committed to keeping rock n roll fun.
Like it or not, Poison helped create an entire genre of music called Hair Metal.
While some claim that this was watered down metal, even the biggest critic must admit it was a good time! Sure the songs were pop but they were packed down with rock solid lead guitar work and sung by a guy that most of wish we could become.
Michaels comes from the David Lee Roth mold of lead singers. Good looks, a penchant for getting in trouble and a knack for getting the best looking girls, his is a hedonists dream come true.