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The original lineup for Paris was Leighton Zema on lead vocals, Bret Michaels on guitar, Brian Bircher on drums, Jonathan Combs on synthesizer/gong, and Patrick Bircher on bass.
All original members, except Michaels, were from Steelton, PA, but they were all replaced by the members of what later became Poison.
She has herself listed as being in a relationship on her myspace.
She also blogged about her relationship with Bret saying –Bret and I are doing great!
Raine, 17, and Jorja Bleau, 12, are on either side of their father in a photo from over Father's Day weekend.
The kiddos rocked big @MGMGrand Arena 4 #Fathers Day#Raines Rules#Jorjas Rules#Michaels Law#Adventures Of Bandana Manhttps://t.co/u OYi0J5Bo Upic.twitter.com/C3Ed Sc9XYI— Bret Michaels (@bretmichaels) June 21, 2017"The kiddos rocked big @MGMGrand Arena 4 #Fathers Day#Raines Rules#Jorjas Rules#Michaels Law#Adventures Of Bandana Man ," Michaels captioned the picture he posted on Twitter.
As a child, his family relocated to Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, where he attended Mechanicsburg High School.
Bret Michaels was associated with singer Susie Hatton during the early 1990s. Raine Elizabeth Sychak was born on May 20, 2000, and Jorja Bleu Sychak was born May 5, 2005.
There are rumors that they still have a live in arrangement.On April 13, 2008, Michaels selected Ambre Lake as his "Rock of Love".On May 1, 2008, Michaels appeared on a special celebrity edition of Don't Forget the Lyrics! Michaels was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of six (as Michaels later attested in the Behind the Music special, backstage photos of the singer injecting insulin led many to think that he was a heroin addict).Bret Michaels (full name Bret Michael Sychak; born March 15, 1963 in Butler, PA) is the lead singer of glam metal band Poison , and a non-playable character in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.During the single-player career mode in the Xbox 360 and Play Station 3 versions, Michaels appears to sing to Poison's "Talk Dirty to Me" and "Go That Far", from his solo career parallel to Poison.