Everyone’s favorite ‘Rock Professor’ Jack Black and the legendary rocker Stephen Stills are to perform a new and original song, “Sensitive,” on TV’s Everyday Health this week. The song, written by Wyatt Isaacs, is about his experience living with Autism.

The syndicated television series, Everyday Health, profiles The Miracle Project in an episode on January 28 which unites families living with Autism alongside legendary musician Stephen Stills and actor/comedian Jack Black—with a common goal of raising funds and awareness for Autism.

The subject of the HBO double Emmy Award-winning documentary Autism: The Musical, The Miracle Project is an organization which brings Autistic children together to help them uncover their potential through music, dance, acting, storytelling and writing.

In this episode of Everyday Health, show co-hosts Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca surprise Wyatt Isaacs and his mother, Diane Isaacs. They’re organizing a fundraiser in Los Angeles to bring awareness to autism and they need some help promoting it. Ethan and Jenna connect Wyatt to Radio Disney for a national radio interview promoting their fundraising concert—and the day turns into a musical success.

WHERE: ABC stations across the country; Check local listings or visit EverydayHealth.com/TV.

WHEN: January 28, 2012 at 11am in most markets (please refer to local listings)

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