Bret Michaels to Return to Stage After Health Scare in N.H.

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR HARD ROCK INTERNATIONAL - Legendary rocker Bret Michaels welcomes fans at Hard Rock Cafe New York on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 in New York. Hard Rock Cafe opens it's stage to give fans a chance to "Sing for Your Supper" Guests who perform a complete song on Hard Rock Cafe's live music stage in front of the entire restaurant will receive a free dinner entree from Hard Rock's new menu.. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision for Hard Rock International/AP Images)
Bret Michaels performed at Hard Rock Cafe in New York on April 15.
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Former Poison frontman Bret Michaels will return to the stage tonight after cutting short his concert in Manchester, N.H., Thursday night following a brief health scare.

Michaels, who has been diagnosed with diabetes since childhood, suffered from extremely low blood sugar and left the stage after singing three songs, his main guitarist Pete Evick wrote on Michaels’ website.

Michaels’ apparently had Evick continue a song as he rushed offstage.

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“In the 9 years I’ve stood next to him, I’ve never seen a look like the one on his face as if I was a complete stranger,” Evick wrote.

Michaels’ soon returned to the stage to tell the audience he could not continue. He then went to his tour bus where he was treated by paramedics.

Michaels’ concert team publicly thanked the paramedics via a post on his official Facebook page.

Michaels still plans to perform at the Mohegan Sun arena in Wilkes-Barres, Pa., tonight.