Join Bo for his 2014 Annual Peeps Christmas Party!
It's that time of year again and the holidays are quickly approaching. We are very excited to announce details for this year's Christmas Peeps Party, it will be held in Covington, GA at the Mystic Grill Restaurant. We hope you'll make plans to join us for a very special evening with Bo and all of your fellow "BB Peeps!"
Who: Bo Bice Anual Peeps Christmas Party
What: A Rockin' Good Time
When: December 13th, 2014 8 - 9:30 pm
Where: Covington, GA - Mystic Grill
1116 Clark Street - Covington, GA
Tickets will go on sale tomorrow morning 10/15 at 10 am central time. You'll click here to purchase your tickets.
We are offering two types of tickets for this year's party:
Includes: Cocktail party 6-6:30 / dinner with Bo in the VIP Dining Room 6:30 - 8 / priority seating for Bo's intimate acoustic performance / a piece of BB custom jewelry / 2014 BB Christmas Ornament / meet & greet Price $100
Includes: Priority seating for Bo's intimate acoustic performance / 2014 BB Christmas Ornament / meet & greet $50
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REVIEW: Bo Bice of 'American Idol' loses himself in Blood, Sweat & Tears' music in Bethlehem
Perhaps the biggest surprise in the concert Wednesday that had “American Idol” runner-up Bo Bice fronting seminal jazz-rock group Blood, Sweat & Tears at Musikfest Cafet at ArtsQuest Center in Bethlehem was how much Bice suppressed his personality to make his integration into the group seamless.
No longer wearing the long hair and beard that distinguished him when he finished second to Carrie Underwood on “Idol” in 2005 (it’s been replaced by a high, spiky ‘do), Bice never once focused on himself or his career.
Instead, he ably assumed the role of the group’s singer, sounding a lot like its classic vocalist David Clayton-Thomas, to whom he was compared on “Idol,” in a 90-minute, 16-song set.
That was a good thing. Bice only occasionally crossed over into imitation – far more often sounding inspired but having his own vibe.
He established his chops immediately , brassy and soulful, on the opening “Got to Get You Into My Life,” the Beatles cover with which Blood Sweat & Tears had a minor hit in 1975. The band also established its chops, as trumpet player Carl Fischer came front and center for a solo.
When it comes down to it, it’s voice and brass that make Blood, Sweat & Tears, and the lineup had both with Bice and a four-man horn section among its nine members. (The band actually was visibly cramped on the Musikfest Café stage.)