Bo Bice Donates To Nashville Flood Victims, Child Cancer

May 16, 2010 Updated: October 1, 2015

Bo Bice former star of 'American Idol' performing in December 18, 2008 in Jacksonville, Florida. Bice recently announced that he will donate the proceeds of his new single 'Long Road Back' from his upcoming album '3,' to Tennessee flood victims.  (Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Bo Bice former star of 'American Idol' performing in December 18, 2008 in Jacksonville, Florida. Bice recently announced that he will donate the proceeds of his new single 'Long Road Back' from his upcoming album '3,' to Tennessee flood victims. (Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Bo Bice, American Idol Season 4 finalist, recently announced that he will donate the proceeds of his new single “Long Road Back” from his upcoming album "3" to Tennessee flood victims. “3” is scheduled for release next week, but "Long Road Back" is already available on iTunes.

His announcement closely follows a performance to generate money for children with cancer. Last week Bo Bice participated in a charity performance for the children's charity "Country Cares."

"I feel like 3 is my strongest record to date. It's a plethora of sounds that show who I really am. There's something for everyone; country, soul, rock'n' roll…it's like your favorite pair of jeans, it just feels right,” said Bice in a statement.

Bo Bice’s performance Wednesday, May 12 was to support Country Cares in their mission to raise funds for child cancer patients connected with the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Country Cares has raised $365 million to date to help children with cancer.