Bret Michaels Lends A Hand To Tornado Victims In Southern US
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Poison’s Bret Michaels leads support to help the victims of the tornado outbreak in six states of the Southern US. Along with his team on the Michaels Entertainment Group, they’ve gathered necessities such as clothes and blankets for those who got affected by the devastating disaster. The tornado took place on December 10 and 11, it was so powerful that it took lives and damaged a lot of homes.
All the aid they’ve collected were given to the victims across Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi and Tennessee.
“We all must pull together to help those affected by this devastation and aid in any way that we can, especially during the holidays.”
Said Michaels on his website.
Lending a hand to those in need is not new to Michaels. In 2014, he visited the small town Pilger in Nebraska and help the victims of the intense storms that occurred that June across the Great Plains. Michaels also honored military veterans and active service members on Monday Night Football in November.
While being busy helping others, Michaels is still sharing his music to the world. Earlier in December, he invited a Poison cover band to perform with him. In 2022, the anticipated stadium tour that was postponed twice due to the pandemic is finally happening. — Michaels will be joining Poison supporting both Motley Crue and Def Leppard.