Poison’s Bret Michaels recently talked to Beverly Hills Magazine, about a personal scrapbook memoir from his book entitled “Auto-Scrap-Ography”.
Bret spoke about one of his biggest regrets in life, who said:
“One regret is that I couldn’t be there for some of the events my children had at school. I’ve been to everything I could physically get to, but if it’s when you have to play a show and it’s also the night my kids are doing a recital, those are the things that I regret. I’ve never missed a birthday or a Christmas, but some of the other things you do miss.
Another regret is a huge fistfight I had with C.C. [DeVille], my guitar player, and he’s one of my best friends. It was a lot of time on the road, a lot of heated discussions about what songs we wanted in the set, and little things that fester and turned into a knockdown, drag-out, nose breaking, teeth missing fistfight.
“We are like brothers, and I regret the physical end of it. It didn’t need to go there, and it’s one of my biggest regrets, especially because it happened twice in the same week, once in New Orleans and once backstage at the MTV Awards.”