Stone's Katrina song
09:30 10 November 2005
Sharon Stone has written a song to raise money for the Hurricane Katrina relief effort.
Joss Stone, Celine Dion, The Game and Wyclef Jean are among the stars who have performed on the song 'Come Together Now'.
The song - penned by the Hollywood actress and songwriters Denise Rich, Mark Feist and Damon Sharpe - will be released on November 29.
It will also be released as part of a charity album, 'Hurricane Relief: Come Together Now', which will feature tracks by Elton John, Barbra Streisand and James Brown.
Sharon's record will raise money for Angels' Place, a charity organisation for terminally ill children which was destroyed by the hurricane, and Habitat for Humanity, which is helping victims build new homes.
The sexy 'Basic Instinct' star said: "Every time this song gets played and every time this song gets bought, we're building houses and we're saving these kids."
Sharon originally started writing 'Come Together Now' in February as a charity record for victims of last December's Asian tsunami.
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