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Harold Elwin ?Bo? Bice, Jr. is an American singer and musician, mainly known as a runner-up in the fourth season of American Idol. Bo Bice is a veteran of the nightclub circuit, having performed solo and in such rock bands as Purge, Blue Sued Nickel (sic), and his pre-Idol band SugarMoney.
Among his credits are opening for Blackfoot and Warrant as well as performing live and recording with Johnny Neal.
Bo Bice spent his teenage years living in the suburbs of Gerrards Cross and Seer Green. When Bice was 15 years old, he moved to England, as part of his father?s European assignment with Coca-Cola in London.
He first made his mark at the age of 13, when he took home the local school competition ultimate prize. It was around his high school time when Bice worked with some English alternative rock musicians.
Elwin formed his first band, called Spinning Jenny, while living in England. He moved back to Alabama where e earned his GED and attended classes at Calhoun Community College. Upon graduating Calhoun, Elwin turned professional and performed in shows all across the United States and Europe.
Bice had recorded albums prior to his stint on American Idol. Those albums were Ex Gratia released in 1999 with his band Purge, and Recipe for Flavor in 2000 by Bo Bice & SugarMoney.
A Southern rocker in musical approach and appearance, Bo Bice did not fit into the normal American Idol mold. However, his early performance of The Allman Brothers Band?s ?Whipping Post? garnered attention from the judges, establishing him as one of the favorites in the competition.
For the 2005 season, Idol producers raised their required age limit from 16-26 to 16-28. Bice, along with Constantine Maroulis, was one of the oldest contestants to take part on American Idol. The two are also notable for being among the first contestants to use the rock idiom.
It was the first time in the history of the show when Bice attempted to sing a cappella at the stage in the competition. He sang ?In a Dream? and had been known for his sweeping command of the stage throughout.
Among his masterful performances was pitch-perfect which was highly praised by the judges, including Clive Davis who spoke of looking forward to making an album with Bice.
Bice?s pride in being an Alabama native resulted in the adoption of Lynyrd Skynyrd?s hit ?Sweet Home Alabama? as his theme on American Idol. In Alabama, May 24 was declared ?Bo Bice Day? by the Governor.
In October 2007, Bice made an appearance on the TV show American Chopper: The Series featuring a custom-built Peavey Bike with a built-in guitar, microphone, and amp.
He had also made appearances in Peavey Electronics Corporation?s after school programs during which Peavey donated instruments to schools.
Bo Bice recently issued their release named ?Church of Southern Rock CD?.The album is featuring a band called ?Brothers of the Southland? which consists of a number of southern rock legends.
Bice recorded lead vocals and guitar on a remake of the Marshall Tucker Band?s ?Can?t You See. Bice toured during spring and summer this year to promote his album ?See the Light?.