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Beating Cancer with 6x Top Billboard Music Artist Margo Rey

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Margo Rey's music has captured audiences worldwide with unforgettable melodies and connection to life's greatest struggles. Her biggest hit, "Let the Rain" — co-written with the legendary John Oates — remained on the charts for 21 weeks. It then became the theme song for the Brides Against Breast Cancer charitable organization providing more than 2 million dollars in support and services for those facing the disease. 

Margo Rey began performing at just 11 years of age. A native of Mexico, she's fluent in English and Spanish, and possesses conversational skills in French and Italian. It's no wonder she's been able to deliver her alternative pop songs in eight languages! Her love of performing flowed over into dancing in New York City Broadway shows and voice-over talent in the animated film "Beverly Hills Chihuahua."

Margo's belief that "education and personal support are just as critical as prompt medical treatment," was solidified during her own battle with breast cancer. She volunteered her time to be the national ambassador for "Brides Against Breast Cancer" while undergoing chemotherapy and planning her own wedding to the famous comedian and actor Ron "Tater Salad" White. Her nationwide visits during the campaign helped raise funds for education, information and outreach services for cancer patients and their families.

Margo Rey's desire to make a difference doesn't stop. She'll join us from home-base in Beverly Hills, following her performance of The National Anthem at the Armed Forces Foundation Gala in Washington DC. Tune in for this rare episode to meet Margo Rey, and hear her amazing story paired with incredible music.

 

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