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Eight show highlights from Bret Michaels’ Rock of Love Tour, hitting Sandy’s Club 90 on Sunday, April 13:


8. A 55-minute rendition of “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” (plus a couple of non-Poison songs, time permitting).

7. A “Sniff Bret’s Bandanas” booth sponsored by Harley-Davidson and Ace Wigs.

6. A world-affairs political roundtable discussion with Bret, Flavor Flav, Gene Simmons, Danny Bonaduce and Tila Tequila, moderated by Bill Moyers.

5. A 20-minute reggae sing-along encore of “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.”

4. The “Rock of Love Skank Toss” game hosted by bodyguard Big John.

3. A wine-and-cheese pairing presented by Bret and City Weekly’s Ted Scheffler.

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A sign-up sheet for Rock of Love 3 (must provide proof of age, strip-club 1040 form and own gyno swab).

1. The after-party, set to DJ Bretronic’s all-night house remix of “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.”

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