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article imageBellamy Brothers join Susan G. Komen for breast cancer campaign

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 29, 2015 in Music
Country duo The Bellamy Brothers have partnered with the world's largest breast cancer organization, Susan G. Komen, for a national campaign.
For every download of their newest album, 40 Years, The Bellamy Brothers will donate one dollar to Susan G. Komen. They also filmed a new music video for their song "Let Your Love Flow" to help this campaign. The proceeds will aid in the funding of breast cancer research, as well as educational and community outreach programs.
Particularly impressive about their music video is that it was filmed in Texas last month with 60 real-life breast cancer survivors.
This cause is dear to their hearts since The Bellamy Brothers have had many people in their lives affected by breast cancer. "We hope the money raised will go a long way to help those out there who are fighting for their lives," they said in a press release.
Country fans and listeners can check out their latest CD on iTunes by clicking here.
The country duo is urging their fans to use the hashtag, #LetYourLoveFlow, to help spread the word about their national campaign for Susan G. Komen. To learn more about The Bellamy Brothers' latest campaign, check out its official website.
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