Chalk Circle reunites in support of Rethink Breast Cancer campaign

Canadian alt rock band Chalk Circle will be reuniting in support of Rethink Breast Cancer’s MBC Allies campaign. This 80’s band is best known for singles “April Fool” and “This Mourning”, and touring with Rush and Crowded House and Tears for Fears.

The Rethink Breast Cancer campaign bringing the band back together aims to rally 10,000 allies to support and stand by women living with metastatic breast cancer (MBC) also referred to as advanced or Stage 4 breast cancer.

This is a cause of particular importance for the band’s bassist Brad Hopkins whose wife Tracey Sheridan lives with MBC.

In celebration of Tracy’s 50th birthday, the band will be rallying to hold an event Be Tracy’s Ally to support the campaign and raise awareness for MBC.

Tracy’s birthday celebration will be held at Lee’s Palace in Toronto on March 7th 2020.  After Chalk Circle’s last sold out reunion show at Lee’s Palace in 2011, tickets are bound to go fast. Tickets can be found here and donations are being accepted on Tracy’s behalf. You can sign up to be an MBC Ally with Rethink Breast Cancer here.

One thought on “Chalk Circle reunites in support of Rethink Breast Cancer campaign

  • February 20, 2020 at 7:33 pm

    I first saw Chalk Circle at York University, October 1987… awesome live performance !


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