Due West Looks East to Help Sandy Victims

Whenever there's a cause, country music comes calling, and Due West, along with the group's Black River Entertainment record label, have launched the "What Would You Take" Download and Donate campaign to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Sandy.

"What Would You Take" was written by Doug Johnson and Steve Diamond two years ago in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Haiti in January 2010. During a stroll around Nashville's Percy Warner Park, Steve says, "I started thinking, 'What is most valuable, what would you take?' Then I started making a list of things and I wasn't satisfied with where the list was going."

To help make a difference, go to to whatwouldyoutake.com. A free download of the song is available, as is the opportunity to make a donation in the amount of your choosing to the American Red Cross and Salvation Army.

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