Bret Michaels has a lot to look forward to on The 80s Cruise in March.
- Performing kickass concerts
- Partying with the most passionate 80s fans in the world
- Enjoying the Caribbean
- Basking in the positive spirit and attitude he misses from the 80s
- Raising awareness for his awesome charitable efforts
- Growing as an artist and creative entrepreneur
We know Bret is a badass musician and seasoned partier, but as he explains in this Q&A with The 80s Cruise, there is so much more we all have to look forward to with Bret onboard in 2020.
The 80s Cruise: What are you most looking forward to on The 80s Cruise 2020?
Bret Michaels: Well first of all, the interaction with the fans in such a cool setting. I think we are gonna make some special memories for everybody, including myself. And, of course, sailing the ocean never gets old.
The 80s Cruise: What would you like to bring back from the 80s?
Bret Michaels: For me, it would probably be just the attitude, the positive spirit and attitude. I know the world is a much different place, but in the 80s there was a lot more positivity and hope, for lack of a better word. We could use a little more of that these days.
The 80s Cruise: Your Life Rocks Foundation benefits some awesome and diverse causes. What inspired your charitable work and how can our family of fans help the effort?
Bret Michaels: Well, I’ve been a diabetic since I was 6 years old. My parents started the first diabetic camp in my area and I have always been inspired by their desire to help not just me but everyone they could. I started Life Rocks with the very intent to be able to give to any cause, and that’s exactly what we have done.
The 80s Cruise: You rose to fame as a musician and continue to evolve as a musician, but you’ve also achieved great success on TV and as a philanthropist and creative entrepreneur. How do you balance your work as a musician while evolving and growing in new ways professionally?
Bret Michaels: To me it’s all just being an artist or creative person. I get an idea and I do it. I don’t believe in “I CAN’T” or any other kind of boundaries. Creativity comes in so many forms, from engineers and software developers to actors and musicians. So again, it’s not really a balance, you just have an idea and do it.