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Rockers Jars Of Clay have released a special charity EP to help victims of Nashville’s floods.

“On May 1st and 2nd of 2010, our hometown of Nashville and its surrounding areas suffered a devastating flood,” said the band. “The impact of this extremely rare event was felt by us and countless others in our community, resulting in loss of life and over $1.5 billion in damage to property and infrastructure.”

The band really did feel the effects of the flood – their entire studio was flooded.

“In an effort to help those who have lost everything, we have put together an EP with five different versions of our song, “Flood.” The EP is available for $1 in the music player on [our website]. 100% of the proceeds from your purchase will go directly to charities aiding in flood relief efforts in the Nashville community, administered by MusiCares Nashville Flood Relief."

The band hopes to raise $100,000 through sales of the EP.

To purchase, click here.

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