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Saturday, September 10, 2005

Bo Bice; Tread Carefully Biceman; Rock on!

BO BICE will rejoin the American Idols Live! tour when it plays its Hurricane Katrina benefit show on Sunday in Syracuse, New York. The rocker will perform the song he was inspired to write after hurricane Katrina hit called "We Can't Change This World." The song is being recorded to a single, word has it, with his song "Changing for the Better" on the flip. Bice is recording these tunes with his excellent band, Sugar Money with proceeds to benefit Katrina victims.
Bice was asked by A.O.L. Celebrity about his writing the song inspired by the hurricane:
"I'm a CNN junkie. I wrote a song about it and I'm going to sing it Sunday. It's called "We Can't Change This World." I'm talking about we can't change this world if we can't change our minds. The first step is realizing there is a problem. The problem doesn't have to be something that we're going to solve (right away), but to sit around and say it's never going to be solved – man, if we quit trying, we'd be worthless."

The concert on Sunday will benefit the American Red Cross. Bice stated:

"I told my fans the best thing they can do is help the Red Cross. I moved from Birmingham to Nashville, and living in my house in Helena (Alabama) right now is a family from Grand Isles (on the coast of Louisiana). These people had to uproot their lives because of the hurricane. My wife's dad is doing the same thing with helping people out and bringing them into their home. It's not about money, it's about what you can do." He is also working on getting the family situated, get the kids in school and do what he can to help the parents get needed jobs.

He adds, "I'm not a rich man, but I'm rich with what God has given me – great family and great friends. If I can be a mouthpiece to motivate people, that's the smallest thing I can do. But I was put on this earth to do more than sing songs. I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty. The first chance I get I'm going down there."

I am concerned that Bo Bice not do a Kanye West, that Bo Bice not put himself in an uncomfortable situation that could be misinterpreted ala Sean Penn.

Tread carefully Biceman; rock on.>


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