Dolly, Heidi Join Song for Diabetes Research

Country luminaries such as Dolly Parton, Bill Anderson, and Heidi Newfield have joined with new country group MJ2 to release an event single to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. MJ2 consists for two sets of twins—a mother, her twin sister, and her two daughters (who are also twins).

“You Can’t Say Love Enough” is close to the group’s heart, as daughter Mollie was diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes (Type 1) at the age of four.

“We are so humbled and honored to have a class of world renowned performers offer their voices on this song,” says MJ2. “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.”

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