What if you could gain a little piece of your favorite artist while giving to charity at the same time? Well, you are in luck!

Forget awkwardly stealing those set lists at shows... you may now purchase handcrafted jewelry made from sterling silver and recycled guitar strings from world-renown musicians. Basically, you can smell the blood, sweat and tears in their music - literally. What's better than that!

Wear Your Music is "a music merchandise company that strives to hit all the right notes: Music, Sustainability, Fashion & Charity." 100% of net profits go to the donating artists' chosen charity.

For example, our favorite outlaw, Willie Nelson, has chosen to donate proceeds to a non-profit that has been near and dear to his heart for a long time, Farm Aid:

"For over 28 years, Farm Aid has answered 1-800-FARM-AID to provide immediate and effective support services to farm families in crisis. Now Farm Aid's online Farmer Resource Network connects farmers to an extensive network of organizations across the country that help farmers find the resources they need to access new markets, transition to more sustainable and profitable farming practices, and survive natural disasters."

Willie guitar string bracelets are now available with 100% of net profits donated to Farm Aid. Get your today and help Farm Aid here: http://bit.ly/1J1E5wv

Other artists that have donated guitar strings for a cause include Jason Mraz, Tim McGraw, Toby Keith, John Mayer, Brandi Carlisle and many, many more. Click here to learn more about Farm Aid and see the full roster of artists contributing.

 

Willie guitar string bracelets are now available with 100% of net profits donated to Farm Aid. Get yours today and help Farm Aid here: http://bit.ly/1J1E5wv

Posted by Willie Nelson on Tuesday, August 18, 2015

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