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Bo Bice
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Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
 
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Bo Bice recently finished his third album, entitled '3,' and finally had the opportunity to make the record he always wanted to make. Bo put his heart and soul into his new album, a mixture of Southern Rock, Country and Am...  more »

      
   
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All Artists: Bo Bice
Title: 3
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 4
Label: Saguaro Road Records
Original Release Date: 1/1/2010
Re-Release Date: 5/18/2010
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Style: Southern Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 610583350920

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Bo Bice recently finished his third album, entitled '3,' and finally had the opportunity to make the record he always wanted to make. Bo put his heart and soul into his new album, a mixture of Southern Rock, Country and Americana highlighting his unmistakable, earthy and powerful voice. Fans will be absolutely thrilled with '3.'
Bo teamed up with a variety of co-writers and penned more than 20 songs to choose from for his new album. He recruited a team of great musicians to work with him in the studio, including Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman and keyboardist A.J. Croce, son of the legendary Jim Croce. And fellow American Idol contestant Melinda Doolittle guests on background vocals on the song 'Get on and Ride.'
The result? '3' is a strong album including rockin' tracks and tender ballads alike - it showcases the real Bo Bice as a singer, musician and producer.

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A true, deep-fried, southern rock masterpeice from Bo Bice
Daimion | 05/19/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

"With the release of his third album (appropriately titled "3"), Bo Bice proves that the third time really is the charm. This album delivers on every promise you saw in Bo on American Idol. It's the natural destination for the journey that began with "Whipping Post" and "Vehicle" on Idol, and later with "Cinnamon and Novocain", "Sinner in a Sin" and "Whiskey, Women, and Time".

This record, from start to finish, is Bo in all of his country influenced, Southern-fried glory (full thoughts on each song are below). It's real, deep south rock-and-roll, with no apologies and no pretense. More importantly - it's just a damn good album. Like a lazy Sunday evening in the swing on the front porch, with a glass of sweet tea - this album is comfortable and fulfilling. I'm looking forward to spending some more quality time with it over the next few months. If your interested in my thoughts on each song, check out - thewordzombie."
Bo Is Back
Green Eyed Lady | Iowa | 05/18/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Bo was one of my favorite contestants on American Idol Season 4. Loved his southern rock/countryvibe on the show and his ability to perform. Then the idol machine got ahold of him and his first CD (although it sold 700,000) copies was generic pop...it was good, but it wasn't BO. Then his second release See The Light was marketed very poorly, but Bo was back to making the kind of music he excels at...a combination of southern rock, country, and blues. This third CD 3 is back totally to the Bo I love. Love his gravely voice that reminds me of Bob Segar at his best. This CD is full of tender ballads with great hooks and out and out southern rock/blues. Welcome Back Bo!!!"
The Bo I love!
Darlene Thomas | Trafford, AL United States | 05/23/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I loved Bo's second album "See the Light" and really didn't expect to love the new one more. Country isn't my first choice for music. However, just as Bo taught me to love Southern Rock, he has now hooked me on at least some country music. It takes a true artist to make an old coot like me like a new genre, much less two. This album is excellent and one you can just turn on and enjoy from beginning to end. My personal favorites are "You Take Yourself With You", "Wild Roses", and "Lonely, Broke, and Wasted". I love the lyrics as well as the way they showcase Bo's voice, a voice you recognize immediately, never mistaking it for anyone else.

I recommend "3" to anyone who loves country and/or loves Bo."