Bo Bice


Bo Bice is set to perform the National Anthem this Sunday, August 8th during the pre-race festivities of the final NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race of the year, the 2010 Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips event at The Glen.  ESPN is broadcasting the event during the day with introductions starting approximately Noon ET. (Green Flag at 1pm ET – 90 laps)

NASCAR is my favorite sport – and one of the most fun and exciting competitions on the planet,” says Bice.  “More than anything, I love to come back to these events to see my friends and hang with ‘my people’.  Also, I want to pay tribute to our great nation and those who have fought to give us the freedoms to enjoy events like this.”

Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at The GlenSunday’s NASCAR race will feature road course ringers and NASCAR regulars such as P.J. Jones, Boris Said and Jeff Gordon.  Mark Martin and Tony Stewart are the true threats this weekend, with Stewart gunning for his sixth win at The Glen.

Bo is also scheduled to perform the anthem during the Tennessee Titans opening season game Monday, August 23rd at Nashville’s LP Field stadium.  The Titans square off against the Phoenix Cardinals for the first Monday Night Football game of regular NFL season play.

Bice continues to tour in support of his latest album, ‘3’, offering a strong helping of country, rock and soul.  His latest single “You Take Yourself With You” is receiving a warm welcome at country radio, and the music video will follow shortly.

Bo Bice on Tour:
8-06     Niagara Falls, NY        Seneca Niagra Casino (Bears Den)
8-07     Watkins Glen, NY       Watkins Glen International
8-08     Watkins Glen, NY       Watkins Glen International
8-15     Orchard Beach, ME    Seaside Pavilion
8-21     Winchester, TN           Winchester City Park
9-02     Chattanooga, TN        Miller Plaza / Downtown Chattanooga
9-16     Paramus, NJ                 Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre
9-17     Fayetteville, NC         Jester’s Pub
9-18     Ashland, KY                Poage Landing Days Festival
9-19     Uncasville, CT            Mohegan Sun – Wolf Den
10-8     Palm Springs, CA        Riviera Spa & Resort
10-15   South Bend, IN           Century Center

About Bo Bice
Bo Bice’s Southern charm, earthy vocals and decidedly non-pop performances captivated a nation during American Idol’s fourth season. His first single, “Inside Your Heaven,” reached #1 while his debut album, The Real Thing,  hit #4; both certified gold. 2007’s See The Light ranked #1 at VH-1.  3 is Bice’s third album.

For the latest on Bo Bice, to join his fan club or email list, visit http://www.bobice.com/

For more information about Watkins Glen International, visit http://www.TheGlen.com/

For tickets and more information about the Tennessee Titans, visit http://www.titansonline.com/

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