PHOENIX -- Singer Bret Michaels rocked a Phoenix hospital with a donation that will benefit its patients and their families.
The Poison frontman announced plans Thursday to design a hospitality and music room at the St. Joseph's Barrow Neurological Institute. It's the facility where he was treated in April 2010 for a brain hemorrhage.
Michaels says the room will include music listening stations, guitars and TVs. He hopes it can help others with their emotional and mental recovery.
Michaels was treated at the hospital earlier this year for a procedure to fix a hole in his heart. Doctors found the hole when they treated him for the brain hemorrhage.
The "Celebrity Apprentice" winner has made a full recovery but still remains under the care of physicians.