Tuesday, July 7, 2015


Legendary Country Duo Partners with World’s Largest Breast Cancer Organization,
Susan G. Komen, for National Campaign

For Each iTunes Download of New 40 Years Album, Duo will Donate $1 to Susan G. Komen

Nashville, Tenn. (July 7, 2015) - Country music’s legendary duo the Bellamy Brothers has teamed with Susan G. Komen® to let their love flow for people facing breast cancer, with a new music video and campaign to benefit Komen.

Today the brothers announced that from now through December 31, 2016 they will donate $1 of every U.S. iTunes download of their new 40 Years album to Susan G. Komen to help fund breast cancer research, education and community outreach programs.  Download the album HERE.

“We’ve had so many people in our lives who have been affected by this terrible disease,” says David Bellamy.  “Howard and I are very happy to announce this national campaign with Komen. We hope the money raised will go a long way to help those out there who are fighting for their lives.”

In an additional show of support for the national campaign, the brothers gathered last month in Texas with 60 breast cancer survivors to shoot a #LetYourLoveFlow music video.

The brothers are urging fans to use the hashtag #LetYourLoveFlow to help spread the word about the campaign.

“‘Let Your Love Flow’ has always been one of those songs that just makes people feel good,” adds Howard Bellamy.  “We had a lot of fun with those ladies at the video shoot.  They were all having a great time and singing along to every word.  They’re all survivors, so they’ve got all the reason in the world to let their love flow.  We hope you’ll share this video using the hashtag #LetYourLoveFlow to help us spread the message."

The brothers have also crafted a new #LetYourLoveFlow t-shirt that will be sold at all live shows. For each shirt sold, $17.00 will be donated to Komen.

To make an additional donation to the Susan G. Komen #LetYourLoveFlow campaign, go HERE.  To learn more about the partnership, visit www.komen.org/bellamybrothers.

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