Bo BiceBo Bice tests his musical IQ during a special celebrity edition of “Don’t Forget The Lyrics,” the newly revamped game show hosted by Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray frontman and former Extra co-host).  Bice will be playing on behalf of the MusiCares organization, with all winnings donated to the group.  Both Bice and MusiCares have been active in raising funds to aid victims of the Nashville floods, who are still in need of assistance nearly five months later.  His appearance on “Don’t Forget The Lyrics” will run on several networks over the next six months, including MyNetworkTV on October 12th, Fox affiliates nationwide on November 1st, continued syndication from December 10th through May 31st and making its VH1 premiere on April 19, 2011, rebroadcasting on August 2nd.

Bice will sing in front of a live audience, finishing lyrics of popular songs in order to win increasing amounts of money for MusiCares.  The fun-filled and high stakes show has been a fan-favorite since its debut and is now entering its fourth season.

About Bo Bice
Bo’s third album, aptly titled 3, was released on May 18th (via Saguaro Road Records in association with his own Sugar Money Records).  With soulful southern blues and rock, gospel-like choruses, Americana and country, the new album is much like Bice himself; irresistibly likeable, filled with easygoing charm and undeniable talent.  Bice’s Southern sensibility, earthy vocals and decidedly non-pop performances won over a nation of fans during the fourth season of American Idol, where he landed as the runner-up to Carrie Underwood.   His first single, “Inside Your Heaven,” reached #1 on the pop chart when it was released in 2005 and was certified gold after it became the second-highest debuting song of the year.  His album (The Real Thing) debuted at #4 shortly afterward and was also certified gold, his 2007 follow-up (See The Light) was ranked #1 by VH-1, and he later sung lead on Santana’s single “Brown Skinned Girl” (certified gold).  3 is Bice’s third album and first for Saguaro Road Records.

About MusiCares
MusiCares provides a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need. MusiCares’ services and resources cover a wide range of financial, medical and personal emergencies, and each case is treated with integrity and confidentiality. MusiCares also focuses the resources and attention of the music industry on human service issues that directly impact the health and welfare of the music community.

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