Bicentennial Act To Donate $1 From Each Album Download To Susan G. Komen

The Bellamy Brothers

Classic country music duo the Bellamy Brothers have announced that through the end of 2016, they will donate $1 of every U.S. iTunes download of their new album, “40 Years”, to the Susan G. Komen Foundation to help fund breast cancer research, education, and community outreach programs.

The Bellamy Brothers will perform live in Greenville on Saturday, September 5 as part of the Greenville Bicentennial celebration over the Labor Day weekend.

Following the announcement that they would play in Greenville, WGEL spoke with Howard Bellamy of the legendary duo. He told us the new album, “40 Years”, marks the 40th anniversary of the duo. It will be a collection of 17 well known hits and 17 new songs. Click below to hear more:

For more on the Bellamy Brother’s performance in Greenville, and the many other activities associated with Greenville’s Bicentennial celebration, visit

The Bellamy’s new album, “40 Years”, is available for download on iTunes now, with $1 from each download benefitting the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

SOURCEPhoto courtesy of the Greenville Bicentennial
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