After a week of television appearances in New York, Bo Bice hits Los Angeles for another run that will include performances and interviews as well as stop at the American Idol finale.  The season four alum released a new album, 3, on Saguaro Road Records last week with the first single, “You Take Yourself With You,” already being heard on radio stations throughout the country.
While in Los Angeles, Bo will perform special acoustic versions of his new songs for E! Entertainment Television, the McDonald’s in-store video Music Magazine (running in June),  LATimes.com, the KTLA Morning News on May 25th, The Game Show Network’s GSN Live show on May 26th and nationally syndicated ABC television show On The Red Carpet.  He’ll also be featured on the Larry King Live blog.  Bice caps off his trip with a visit to the American Idol finale, where he’ll join the millions of Idol fans cheering on finalists Crystal Bowersox and Lee DeWyze.

In the midst of his week in Los Angeles, a previously recorded performance for the nationally syndicated morning television show Daytime airs on May 25th as well as a performance and interview on UsWeekly.com.  He performs on another national morning show, Daily Buzz, this Memorial Day, making it his second appearance on that show in one week.  Bo then returns to his adopted hometown of Nashville, TN for additional promotional appearances and interviews next week before launching a national tour in June.

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