Watch And There Will Be A Next Time... Live From Detroit
- 1 hr 28 min
And There Will Be A Next Time... Live From Detroit is a live concert film of the iconic American hard rock band, Poison. The film was shot at the DTE Energy Music Theatre in Detroit on June 25, 2016, during their tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their debut album, Look What the Cat Dragged In. The movie begins with footage of fans gathering outside the venue, eagerly waiting for the show to start. It then cuts to the band members, Bret Michaels, C.C. DeVille, Bobby Dall, and Rikki Rockett backstage as they prepare for the concert. Fans can hear the excitement in their voices as they reflect on their journey as a band and how they never thought they'd make it this far. The film then jumps right into the concert with a high energy performance of the song "Look What the Cat Dragged In." Poison is known for their flamboyant stage presence and colorful outfits, and they do not disappoint in this show. They are dressed in sequins, leather, and all the big hair the 80s had to offer. The concert is impressively well staged, with a giant screen that shows a variety of visuals and live shots of the band. The lighting is stunning, and the stage is decorated with huge pyrotechnics and intricate props. The film features all of Poison's biggest hits, including "Talk Dirty to Me," "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," and "Nothin' But A Good Time." The band's musical ability and chemistry are apparent throughout the show. Michaels' raspy rock vocals are on point, and DeVille's electrifying guitar solos steal the show. Dall and Rockett provide a solid rhythm section, keeping the beats tight and adding energy to the performance. Aside from the music, the film also provides footage of the band interacting with the crowd, sharing stories of the early years, and taking time to thank their fans for their continued support. The film takes a sentimental turn when Michaels pays tribute to the late David Bowie and Prince, both of whom had passed away earlier in the year. The show ends on a high note with the crowd singing along to "Nothin' But A Good Time." Poison leaves the stage, but the crowd refuses to let them go, chanting "Poison!" and clapping for an encore. The band returns to the stage for a final medley, consisting of their cover of the Kiss classic "Rock and Roll All Nite" and their anthem, "Talk Dirty to Me." In conclusion, And There Will Be A Next Time... Live From Detroit is a must-watch for any Poison fan or anyone who loves 80s rock music. The energy and enthusiasm that the band brings to the stage are contagious, and the crowd's excitement is palpable. The film is a fantastic tribute to a band that helped define an era in music history.