Spandau Ballet Participates in KFOG’s #BoobProject All-Star Breast Cancer Benefit Song and Video

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Spandau Ballet has contributed vocals and saxophone to San Francisco radio station KFOG’s breast cancer benefit song and video. In the song, Spandau Ballet members Tony Hadley and Steve Norman perform alongside many of rock’s biggest artists including: Hozier, Florence + The Machine, Vance Joy, Michael Franti, Matt Nathanson, Elle King, Grace Potter, ZZ Ward, Graham Nash and members of the Grateful Dead. The song, entitled “Boob Spelled Backwards is Boob” debuted yesterday on KFOG In The Morning and can be downloaded on iTunes. The accompanying music video can be accessed on www.kfog.com/boobproject/ and on YouTube. The effort is part of a multi-pronged yearlong KFOG global charity initiative dubbed #BoobProject, which includes a social media blitz featuring rock artists and a cross-country motorcycle tour.
All funds generated from the sale of the song and donations to KFOG’s #BoobProject will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, a charity that funds breast cancer research all over the world. To donate, please visit: www.boobproject.org. For more information, please vist: http://www.kfog.com/boobproject/.