President Scott Siman of RPM Music Group announces the signing of Bo Bice to the publishing company's roster.
"I am proud to welcome such an a soulful and talented singer songwriter as Bo Bice to the RPM family," says Siman. "We value Bo's great experience and creativity and both staff and writers look forward to the music they will be creating together."
Bo Bice is currently represented by Rusty Harmon of MTM Management.
Along with Bice, MTM management represents Scarletta and Yarn. Former clients include, Hootie and the Blowfish, Jason Michael Carroll, Cowboy Mouth and Reckless Kelly.
Siman co-owns RPM Music Group with Blake Chancey, which own the rights to such hit songs as "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" (Alan Jackson), "I'm Movin' On" (Rascal Flatts) and "Leave the Pieces" (The Wreckers), among others. Recent hits include "What Kinda Gone" (Chris Cagle), "Anything Goes" (Randy Houser), and Montgomery Gentry singles "One in Every Crowd" "Long Line of Losers" and "Oughta Be A Song About That". RPM Music currently represents writers Aubrey Collins, Benji Harris, Nathan Stoops, and Katie Rae Davis.
Pictured Above, L-R: MTM's Rusty Harmon, RPM’s Scott Siman, Bo Bice and RPM's Blake Chancey.
On May 18th and 27th, Nashville's PBS station, WNPT, will air the one-hour special, Civil War Songs and Stories, a documentary highlighting the stories behind the songs that impacted soldiers and families before and during the war. [ read more ]
Combat Center personnel and their families swayed to the music of up-and-coming Southern rock and country music star Bo Bice during a free concert at Sunset Cinema April 15.
Bice, whose father and younger brother were Marines, was excited and grateful to be playing for Marines and their families.
"The military has always been important [to me]. Without them, I wouldn't be able to say the things I want to say," Bice, said referring to the freedoms protected by the nation's military force.
The night's performance included self-written-songs about love of family and country.
"He's a real down-to-earth kind of guy," said Lance Cpl. Timothy Struble, a mail clerk with 2nd Battalion 7th Marine Regiment.
Between songs, Bice, who followed Carrie Underwood in second place on the fourth season of "American Idol," rang out his praise for the Marines and their families for their sacrifices.
"We're here to show the Marines, the men and women here, that we appreciate what they're doing he emphasized."
When Bice is not performing for audiences across the nation, he spends his time visiting wounded service members at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington D.C. and the National Naval Medical Center Bethesda, MD in support of the Wounded Warrior Project
After the last song was sung, concert goers lined the stage for the opportunity to meet Bice and get an autograph and photograph with the humble singer.
"It was the best concert I've ever seen on base," said Ashley Kuhner, wife of Sgt. Joshua Kuhner, stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, CA. Ashley was one of hundreds who waited for an autograph.
Bice,s appreciation for the work and sacrifices of the Marines and their families was a common thread throughout the entire night and one he continued to express, even as his time aboard the Combat Center came to a close.
"I wouldn't have the freedom to take my kids out to do what they love to do," Bice said. "That's what America is about. If it's not for the military we wouldnt have that."