Making A Difference: Wear Your Music's Connection Between Music and Charity

Wear Your Music has been working with musicians and charities, bringing together artists and causes to better the world!

Country music superstar's Willie Nelson guitar string bracelets with proceeds going to Farm Aid.

Country music superstar's Willie Nelson guitar string bracelets with proceeds going to Farm Aid.

We have had some great pieces written about our work and wanted to share some of them with you. It's nice to know we love what we do, and that others think it's pretty rockin' too:

Rhode Island Monthly


American Song Writer

Wear Your Music is a small company making a big difference. We work with charities from all over the world, supporting musicians, cancer treatments, poverty, farmers, advocacy work and so much more.

Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart donate their used guitar strings to Wear Your Music and want to know #WHOSESTRINGSAREYOUWEARING?!

With the help, support and love of our fans, we are able to carry on. Thank you.

Own a Piece of Country Music History: Willie Nelson's Guitar String Bracelets

Willie Nelson performs "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys" at the Farm Aid concert in Bristow, Virginia on September 12, 1999.

Willie Nelson is one of those iconic musicians who everyone recognizes, whether they listen to him or not.  Most can recall his long gray hair, eccentric personality, and/or some crazy personal history fact like how he once recorded The IRS Tapes to pay off his $32 million worth tax debt! Along with the immense recognition, he is one of the world's most accomplished country music stars with successful songs like Crazy, Red Headed Stranger, Stardust, and On The Road Again (did you know he wrote it on a barf bag?). 

Along with writing and recording music for most of his life, he started when he was 7, he owns a Bio Diesel firm and is a "Pot-reprenuer." Speaking of his crazy history, imagine all the songs the world could have heard if he saved his one hundred tapes of soon to be recorded music burning in a house fire if he didn't save his "pound of Columbian Grass" instead. It is obvious his accomplishments and stories from his life can fill a book or make a really thrilling movie. 

Now you can own a guitar string bracelet from Willie Nelson's guitar, the same one he has been playing for 50 years! Did you know its name is Trigger?! Check out the current bracelet stock here! Wear Your Music carries both Engraved Bangle or Wrapped Bangle types! 

An exclusive documentary on how the country icon changed music history with his beat-up Martin acoustic, 'Trigger' Get the full story of #whosetringsareyouwearing at: Rolling Stone!

100% of the profits from the famous guitar strings goes to Farm Aid who provide support services to farm families in crisis. In the spirit of music, Nelson, Neil Young, and John Mellencamp organized the first Farm Aid Concert in 1985 to raise awareness about the lost of family farms and raise funds to keep farm families on their land. The latest Farm Aid 30 concert, that stars Nelson in an extensive lineup, is on September 19, 2015 in Chicago. Own a piece of history TODAY, while contributing to farmer livelihood. 


What have we been telling you?


Check out our newest arrivals from Cartel, an American pop-punk band from Conyers, Georgia that formed in 2003.

The current members of the band include vocalist/bassist Will Pugh, lead guitarist Joseph Pepper, guitarist Nic Hudson, and drummer Kevin Sanders. Meeting at Georgia State University the band built a solid fanbase and eventually signed with The Militia Group an independent record company, releasing their EP The Ransom.

After touring the EP for some time, the group went in to the studio to record their debut full-length Chroma with Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount. 

Cartel's guitar string bracelets are available NOW, but due to them being handcrafted in your chosen style, can take up to 3 weeks to get to you. ALL profits benefit Wounded Warrior Project, with the mission to honor and empower Wounded Warriors, WWP is the hand extended to encourage warriors as they adjust to their new normal and achieve new triumphs. Offering a variety of programs and services, WWP is equipped to serve warriors with every type of injury – from the physical to the invisible wounds of war.

Who will you help with your fashion today? #whosestringsareyourwearing