Poison To Tour U.S. With Cinderella, Dokken, Slaughter

Outing will coincide with release of 'Talk Dirty to Me' rockers' latest LP, Power to the People.

Glam-rockers Poison will tour the U.S. with fellow hair-band holdovers Cinderella, Dokken and Slaughter, beginning in June.

The tour, titled Power to the People — also the name of Poison's upcoming album — kicks off June 13 in Hershey, Pa., and ends Aug. 17 in Denver.

Best known for such hits as "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" (RealAudio excerpt) and "Talk Dirty to Me," Poison hit the road last year with rock groups Ratt, Great White and L.A. Guns.

The band, which is back to its original lineup of singer Bret Michaels, bassist Bobby Dall, drummer Rikki Rockett and guitarist C.C. DeVille, will release Power to the People in June, a band spokesperson said.

The new album will feature live tracks recorded on the 1999 summer tour, as well as five new cuts, including DeVille's vocal debut on "I Hate Every Bone in Your Body But Mine."

Earlier this month, Capitol/EMI released Crack a Smile and More, originally recorded in 1994 with interim guitarist Blues Saraceno, but fattened up with tracks recorded for "MTV Unplugged," featuring DeVille on guitar.

Poison tour dates:

June 13; Hershey, Pa.; Hersheypark Star Pavilion

June 14; Saratoga, N.Y.; Saratoga Performing Arts Center

June 16; Wallingford, Conn.; Meadows Music Theatre

June 18; Wantaguh, N.Y.; Jones Beach Amphitheatre

June 20; Cincinnati, Ohio; Riverbend Music Center

June 21; Columbus, Ohio; Polaris Amphitheater

June 23; Bonner Springs, Kan.; Sandstone Amphitheatre

June 24; Maryland Heights, Mo.; Riverport Amphitheatre

June 25; Fishers, Ind.; Deer Creek Music Center

June 27; Rochester, N.Y.; Finger Lake Performing Arts Center

June 28; Toronto, Ontario; Molson Amphitheatre

June 30; Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; Blossom Music Center

July 1; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Star Lake Amphitheatre

July 2; Auburn Hills, Mich.; Pine Knob Amphitheatre

July 4; Wilmington, Del.; Kahuna Concert Hall Summer Stage

July 6; Scranton, Pa.; Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center

July 8; Mansfield, Mass.; Tweeter Center

July 9; Bristow, Va.; Nissan Pavilion

July 11; Virginia Beach, Va.; GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheatre

July 12; Raleigh, N.C.; Walnut Creek Amphitheatre

July 13; Charlotte, N.C.; Blockbuster Pavilion

July 15; West Palm Beach, Fla.; Mars Music Amphitheatre

July 16; Tampa Bay, Fla.; Ice Palace

July 18; Atlanta, Ga.; Lakewood Amphitheatre

July 19; Antioch, Tenn.; First American Music Center

July 23; Cadott, Wis.; Chippewa Valley Music Festival

July 28; Dallas, Texas; Starplex Amphitheatre

July 29; Spring, Texas; Cynthia Woods Mitchell

July 30; San Antonio, Texas; Sunken Garden Amphitheatre

Aug. 1; Albuquerque, N.M.; Mesa Del Sol

Aug. 2; Phoenix, Ariz.; Blockbuster Pavilion

Aug. 3; Los Angeles, Calif.; Universal Amphitheatre

Aug. 4; San Bernardino, Calif.; Blockbuster Pavilion

Aug. 5; San Diego, Calif.; Coors Amphitheatre

Aug. 7; Las Vegas, Nev.; The Joint

Aug. 9; Reno, Nev.; Reno Amphitheatre

Aug. 10; Sacramento, Calif.; Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre

Aug. 11; Mountain View, Calif.; Shoreline Amphitheatre

Aug. 13; Seattle, Wash.; The Gorge

Aug. 15; Boise, Idaho; Idaho Center Amphitheatre

Aug. 16; Salt Lake City, Utah; E Center

Aug. 17; Denver, Colo.; Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre