Fox Toledo.com Tuesday, 29 Jun 2010
*Updated by MS Chloe Monday 5 Jul 2010
TOLEDO, Ohio (WUPW) - Crystal Bowersox spent Monday morning in Toledo and took a break from warming up in Detroit for the start of the American Idol 2010 Tour, which kicks off Thursday at The Palace.
Bowersox performed live at the Clear Channel radio studios.
The American Idol Season 9 runner-up and Elliston native said she's been quite busy since the FOX reality singing show, with rehearsals and appearances across the United States.
While at the radio station she signed guitars that will be auctioned off for the June 5-6 tornado relief effort.
"All I can really say is there's always a brighter day ahead of you no matter how dark it's been," Bowersox said. "I'm going to do everything I can to help Northwest Ohio and give back to my community."
Due to contractual obligations she can't do more in the relief effort right now, but does say a benefit concert is in the works possibly this fall after the tour wraps up in mid-September.
The American Idol Tour 2010 is scheduled for Sept. 2 at The Huntington Center in Toledo.
During Crystal's appearance on the Rick and Mary Beth in the Morning show on 101.5 The River on June 28, Bowersox signed a guitar that will be auctioned off by Clear Channel to benefit the Greater Toledo Chapter of the American Red Cross. All proceeds will benefit area Tornado Relief efforts. The guitar, a Great Divide Summit Series solid cedar acoustic with case will be on auction until July 9 at 5 p.m.
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