On Thursday, January 30, the four members of POISON — Bret Michaels, Rikki Rockett, C.C. DeVille and Bobby Dall — were among the first-ever inductees into the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall Of Fame.
The ceremony took place at The Whitaker Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
POISON was formed in 1983 in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, thereby making the band eligible for induction.
“The Central Pennsylvania Music Hall Of Fame is proud to induct Bret Michaels and POISON into its inaugural class,” CPMHOF founder Brandon Valentine said.
“As a non-profit organization focused on music education for the local youth, the CPMHOF is honored to recognize Bret and the band in a positive light. Bret and POISON have always held a special place in the hearts of Central Pennsylvanians, and now they’ll be immortalized in our local Hall Of Fame.”