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Saturday, February 04, 2006

Bo Bice Name, Again Target for Attention


And yet another Not Bo Bice Really Reference darkens my inbox. Like I said he's a Scorching Hot Topic.

Here's another Bice name dropping experience:

NEWSDAY.com

"Auction gives chance to sing with Skynyrd. Always wanted to sing “Sweet Home Alabama” with Lynyrd Skynyrd?
Well, thanks to the Grammy Foundation’s Online Charity Auction, now you can — even if you aren’t Bo Bice."

This is the lead in paragraph and no other mention made of The Biceman, but in this case at least it's not about football endzone manuevers.

Glen Gamboa gives Bice a mention in his article in "The Buzz",
" Always wanted to sing "Sweet Home Alabama" with Lynyrd Skynyrd?

Well, thanks to the Grammy Foundation's Grammy Charity Online Auction, now you can - even if you aren't Bo Bice."

Gamboa's article is about the Charity Online Auction and what celebrity items you can bid on to have for your very own. The foundation has pulled together one-of-a-kind items and celebrity experiences to raise money to support arts education and America's musical heritage. The lots are available for bid at www.ebay.com/grammy
The auction also includes Burt Bacharach's piano, which he has autographed, a private tour of the set of the "X-Men 3" movie, a piano signed by Jamie Foxx, George Benson, Olivia Newton-John and Herbie Hancock, and a chance to meet Dr. Phil.

There's also autographed memorabilia from Paul McCartney, Sheryl Crow, Tom Petty and Dwight Yoakam. The auction runs through Feb. 16.

(Well, in Gamboa's case, it's for a good cause.)


Much Love,"Bubba", at least they keep on talking.
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