Oak Ridge Boys, Wynonna Join Community of Artists to Record Song for Haiti Relief Efforts

Michael W. Smith gathered a list of artists from the music community to record “Come Together Now” in Nashville at Belmont University’s Ocean Way Studios on Jan 27. Among the artists were Country's own Wynonna, The Oak Ridge Boys, Lee Greenwood and Restless Heart. The song, penned by Smith, David Mullen and Cindy Morgan, was written to remind people of the need to help those in Haiti.
A children’s choir of more than 250 elementary school students, including 14 from Haiti, joined the artists.
“The crisis in Haiti has left us all trying to figure out how we can help,” said Smith. “We wanted to create something that the community could support, for the greater good of those in Haiti. Everyone gave of their time: the studio was donated, the musicians donated their time and all proceeds from this song will go to designated charity/relief work through The American Red Cross and Samaritan’s Purse. It’s incredible to be part of something that is going to help so many people.”
Several of the artists also recorded public service announcements for The American Red Cross and Samaritan’s Purse for use in upcoming months.