LAS VEGAS NATIVES MJ2 AMASS ALL STAR LINEUP WITH THEIR EVENT SINGLE “YOU CAN’T SAY LOVE ENOUGH”
LAS VEGAS NATIVES MJ2 AMASS ALL STAR LINEUP WITH THEIR EVENT SINGLE “YOU CAN’T SAY LOVE ENOUGH” FEATURING DOLLY PARTON, WAYNE NEWTON, HEIDI NEWFIELD, LARRY GATLIN, BILL ANDERSON, AND MANY MORE
STARS TO BENEFIT THE JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation)
NASHVILLE, TN (January 6, 2010) - MJ2 and SweetSong Nashville Records’ debut single “You Can’t Say Love Enough” is generating donations to the JDRF, a foundation that is close to the hearts of these two sets of twins. They have enlisted an impressive list of stars including Dolly Parton, Wayne Newton, Heidi Newfield, Larry Gatlin, Cowboy Troy and many others to help in this effort. MJ2 has had a long relationship with JDRF through their Diabetic Angels Foundation. Fans can go to www.jdrf.org and download the song with all the net proceeds benefiting the JDRF. The song is produced by Dennis Money and is available now.
The four-part family harmonies generated by MJ2, (Mollie and Jackie x 2) a unique group consisting of two sets of twins that are all related. Two sets of sisters that include a mom and an aunt. The twins have made quite a name for themselves since they were very young. Mollie, the daughter was diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes (Type 1) at the age of four. Mollie and Jackie, the now twenty year olds and their mom and aunt, took that challenge and ran with it to educate others on the condition and have since made numerous trips to Capitol Hill to speak to Congress; the younger set having graced numerous ad campaigns including partnership with Mudd Jeans and DoSomething/Doritos. With their tenacious drive for a cure and their infectious personalities, the twins have made quite a difference in many peoples’ lives and now that they have had the opportunity to record this song with such superstars, they feel that the message for the cure of diabetes will ring even louder.
Dennis Money, producer and a diabetic himself states, “I had the opportunity to meet these talented and blessed young ladies and immediately knew that they had something special. I have had a ball working with them in the studio and was overwhelmed with the superstar response we received when we asked them to come and sing a line or two on this uplifting tune “You Can’t Say Love Enough.” I am grateful for this opportunity and am looking forward to seeing the donations start pouring in.”
MJ2 continues, “We are so humbled and honored to have such a cast and class of world renowned performers offer their voices on this song. We have been so fortunate to be able to help raise awareness around the globe for diabetes and to have such superstars as Dolly Parton and our favorite Vegas standout Wayne Newton, as well as, all the other amazing singers who participated is overwhelming and encouraging at the same time. Our wish is that this song will generate the much needed funds to help the JDRF cure diabetes.”
MJ2, Mollie and Jackie, hail from Las Vegas, Nevada and are signed to Sweet Song Nashville. The family quartet is a musical combination of not one, but two sets of twins, that are all related. Two sets of sisters which includes a mom and an aunt. You really cannot make this up. They blend a new style of positive energy and 4-part family harmonies that country music hasn’t seen in quite some time, maybe ever, with this combination. One of the younger twins, Mollie, was diagnosed with Type 1 (juvenile diabetes) early in life and the four made it their mission to encourage and educate others while raising funds to cure diabetes. They have been very active in this role having received numerous honors such as the Mudd Girls Move the World, Most Caring Americans, DoSomething finalist, 9-11 Heroes, Prudential Spirit of Community Award to name a few. They have also appeared in Teen Vogue and Justine magazines.
Currently, the group is wrapping up their vocals on their debut full length release on SweetSong Nashville Records. They are all songwriters and vocalists and are produced by veteran Nashville producer Dennis Money.
ABOUT JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation)
JDRF (http://www.jdrf.org) is a leader in setting the agenda for diabetes research worldwide, and is the largest charitable fundraisers and advocate of type 1 research. This mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through support of research.