The album The Best Of Poison, marked 13 years since the band has made it into the American top 20 charts.
They have covered many songs including Kiss' "Rock And Roll All Nite", Loggins and Messina "Your Mama Don't Dance" and many more.
In the past, the band have been signed with Capitol Records and Enigma Records.
Richie Kotzen was only part of the band for the Native Tongue album. He was DeVille's replacement after conflict between DeVille and Bret Michaels.
Whilst Rikki Rockett and Bobby Dall always play drums and bass guitar respectively, C.C. DeVille and Bret Michaels alternate between vocals and guitar.
As of early 2007, Poison are signed with Cyanide Records.
During an awards show in 1991, C.C. DeVille and Bret Michaels had a fist fight behind the scenes. This led to DeVille being fired, even though he later returned to the band. And after a 2006 show at Atlanta, Bobby Dall and Michaels had to be separated after a conflict led to another fight.
The two founding members of Poison were Rikki Rockett and Bret Michaels. They are also the longest serving members as they are still with the band.
Poison's only single to have reached number 1 in America is Every Rose Has Its Thorn.
Poison's song, Every Rose Has Its Thorn, has been featured in at least six television shows and three movies.
They have released many albums including Look What The Cat Dragged In (their debut album), Flesh & Blood, Native Tongue, Hollyweird and many more.
Bobby Dell and Bret Michaels, two Poison members, were sued by a Geffen publicist after an alleged assault where the two poured ice over her head.
In Poison's early days, their manager negotiated with a club called The Troubadour , in which the club could pay for their shows by covering the band's rent. Their shows were successful and some nights, the band even made a profit.
The band name, Poison, was inspired by a shirt worn by Mick Shrimpton in This Is Spinal Tap.
Before they were known as Poison, they went under the name Paris.
In total, there has been seven members of Poison, as of 2006.
Bret Michaels: Here is the best things that [Poison] had going for us: We had nothing to lose! In other words, none of us worked any kind of a job. I was 17 years old when I left. I had quit high school and was working at a music store. We wanted to write original material. We packed up our van and literally that was it.