Sugarland Stands Up For Tornado Relief

As the nation’s heart reaches out to the tornado victims in Tuscaloosa, AL and Joplin, MO, Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush released a live version of their anthem “Stand Up” today as a fundraiser for those whose lives have been affected by the devastating storms of this spring.

Jennifer and Kristian have decided to use music to inspire and bring relief. During their Incredible Machine Tour stop in Chicago on May 6, Sugarland invited touring partners Little Big Town on stage to join them for “Stand Up,” the show’s traditional encore. With all six vocalists lifting that song’s motivational lyrics to new heights — and hundreds of audience members waving “LOVE” flags in support — the result is an unforgettable collaboration with a powerful message of hope.

“Stand Up For Tornado Relief” is available exclusively on iTunes beginning today, May 31, as both an audio track and a high-definition performance video directed by Sugarland documentarian Valarie Allyn Bienas. Proceeds will go to the American Red Cross for tornado relief in Alabama, as well as to aid the more recently-affected residents of Joplin, MO.
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