Bret Michaels is planning to resume touring within the month, despite suffering a brain haemorrhage last week.
Bret Michaels plans to resume touring within a month.
The 47-year-old rocker - who suffered a brain haemorrhage last week - is making good progress with his recovery and is hoping to get back on the road as soon as possible.
A statement posted on his website read: "While Bret is recovering we obviously have some shows that are being rescheduled. We are working to reschedule dates from now until May 21st.
"At this time we are planning to resume the tour May 26th in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, provided there are no further complications or setbacks. We will then continue with all scheduled dates throughout the summer and fall, including the June and July tour with Lynyrd Skynyrd."
The former Poison frontman was upgraded by doctors to being in a 'stable' condition earlier this week, but tests are still ongoing to determine the nature of his condition.
The statement added: "While additional studies are planned throughout the week to hopefully detect the exact cause of the rupture, Bret will remain monitored closely by his medical team to make sure no further complications occur. He is responding well to tests and treatments."
Referring to a medical discovery yesterday (28.04.10) that the musician is at risk of seizures because of a sodium deficiency , the post concluded: "Even though yesterday was a minor setback, doctors remain hopeful for a full recovery and plan to release more specific information next Monday."