Bo Bice’s video for his current single, “You Take Yourself With You,” premieres worldwide on AOL Music / The Boot (http://www.theboot.com/) this week. The video was directed by Marcel Chagnon (Clay Walker’s“She Won’t Be Lonely Long,” The Grascals’ “Last Train to Clarksville”) and was filmed at several locations earlier this summer.

Beautifully shot in rural Nashville, the video includes actual childhood photos of Bice and his family alongside live performance footage, reflecting his poignant lyrics of youth, ambitions and the importance of roots no matter where life takes you.

“You Take Yourself With You” is the first single off his newest CD, 3, which was released earlier this year on Saguaro Road Records.  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.

Bo will also appear on ESPN on August 23rd, performing the National Anthem for the highly anticipated Tennessee Titans vs. Arizona Cardinals football game, where the Titans will play for their fifth win in a row.

View “You Take Yourself With You” at:

http://www.theboot.com/2010/08/18/bo-bice-you-take-yourself-with-you-video/

http://music.aol.com/video/you-take-yourself-with-you/bo-bice/bc:586509066001

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