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Clint Black, Joe Diffie, George Jones, Tracy Lawrence and Darryl Worley who have contributed to a new CD to help rebuild an Alabama high school destroyed by a tornado last year.

Enterprise High School was ripped apart when a tornado smashed through it on March 1, 2007, killing 8 students. Since then, the students of Enterprise High School have been attending classes in trailers and temporary outlets.

“We Are Enterprise: The Album To Help Rebuild Enterprise High School” is the brainchild of Enterprise resident Ronnie Gilley and Clint Black’s producer, James Stroud.

“When Ronnie made me aware of the suffering his community had endured and the ongoing hardships facing its high school students and faculty, I wanted to help any way that I could,” said Stroud. “We had the idea to craft an album that would not only help with the cost of rebuilding the school, but that would also uplift the community with its message. Once we started calling our artist friends and hearing their desire to lend their time and talent, we knew the idea would work.”

The 11-song album – which features songs written and recorded especially for the project – will be released on December 16.

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