While actor Kevin Bacon and his brother Michael were out promoting their upcoming concert at Guild Hall in Easthampton, New York on Friday, August 4th, they opened up about making a surprise appearance for a great cause.

The brothers set up a surprise the with police chief Michael Brown. “We set it up so that he started singing “Footloose” at karaoke, and then he’s like, ‘Oh, this is not going well. I need help.’ And we came out.” the brothers told Scott Shannon on WCBS FM.

The Alexandria Police Foundation partnered with Kevin Bacon’s non-profit SixDegrees.org to raise money for the department which includes officers Kevin Jobe, Nicole Battaglia and Alexander Jensen, who defended United States congressmen when they were attacked by a gunman during their baseball practice on June 14 of this year.

The Bacon Brothers will be performing at The Guild Hall in East Hampton on Friday, August 4th as part of the GE Smith “Portraits” series. To purchase tickets visit GuildHall.org and for additional tour dates visit www.baconbros.com.

Watch the full interview below.

See Also: Kevin Bacon and Michael Bacon test their brotherly knowledge by asking each other Bacon Trivia.

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