Gospel Soundcheck

Musicians are coming together to help the victims of the flood that devastated Nashville and the surrounding areas; one of those groups helping is Jars of Clay.The band’s studio sustained substantial damage in the flood, as you can see from this video:But in typical Jars of Clay style, instead of worrying about themselves, the band is reaching out to fans to help their neighbors and friends.Jars of Clay has recorded several versions of their hit song “Flood” and put them on the Flood(ed) Benefit EP. It’s available for $1 and 100% of the proceeds will go directly to charities aiding in flood relief efforts in the Nashville community, administered by MusiCares Nashville Flood Relief. Their goal is to raise $100,000.You can download the EP by visiting the Jars of Clay website.RELATED POSTS:Nashville flooding affects music industry; donate to the Nashville Red CrossNashville flooding far worse than media reporting (videos)

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