The Roys are the latest in a long line of country stars who have signed up to help aid in the recovery efforts following the deadly tornadoes that ravaged Alabama last month. Siblings Lee and Elaine Roy joined Danny Gokey, Michael English, Ray Stevens, Gary Chapman, and Southern Gospel group Karen Peck & New River, for a pre-taped televised concert, Somebody Cares for the Southeast, which is set to air on TV and online several times, with accompanying information on how to donate money to assist in the recovery efforts.

In addition to the musical guests, the two-hour special will also include footage of the storm's aftermath, along with interviews with residents who suffered devastating losses in the storms.

The Roys, who are two-time Inspirational Country Music Duo of the Year winners, were more than happy to lend a hand. "The devastation is overwhelming at first glance," Elaine writes on their website. "But when you see so many people coming together to lend a hand, it doesn't seem so insurmountable."

Her brother says in spite of all the tragedy, he was able to see hope in the middle of the loss. "Southerners are pretty resilient," says Lee. "In spite of all this destruction, people have kept their faith alive and continued to help their friends and families. They are a true inspiration."

The pair inked a deal with Rural Rhythm Records last year, and released their first album, 'Lonesome Whistle,' in March. "I can't wipe the smile off my face, I'm that excited!" Lee tells The Boot. "We're pretty traditional to begin with, so this album is definitely a good representation of that."

For more information on Somebody Cares for the Southeast, including air time and local listings, click here.

The Roys will spend much of the summer on the road, including a stop at the CMA Music Festival on June 8. See their entire schedule here.