The Bellamy Brothers Join Susan G. Komen's Fight Against Breast Cancer


The Bellamy Brothers are teaming up with the Susan G. Komen foundation for a special fundraising campaign.

Starting now through Dec. 31, one dollar from every digital download of their latest album, 40 Years, will go toward breast cancer research and educational programs. 40 Years is a two-disc set from Howard and David Bellamy featuring 20 previous hits along with 20 brand new tracks.

To promote their new partnership, the duo filmed this promotional music video for their classic hit, "Let Your Love Flow". It was recently filmed in Texas with 60 breast cancer survivors who are seen dancing and singing alongside the group. The brothers will also sell a special edition "#LetYourLoveFlow" t-shirt at their upcoming concerts, with part of the proceeds going to the Komen foundation.

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

You can find out more about the Bellamy Brothers' partnership with Susan G. Komen at the organization's website. The duo is currently promoting the release of 40 Years with tour dates scheduled across the country through 2016. For a full list of dates, visit The Bellamy Brothers' official website.

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