Yes! You will still get your bracelet by Christmas!! (US orders only)

MUSIC MEMORABILIA

Wear Your Music makes music memorabilia from used and donated materials in an effort to help green the music industry, connect fans to musicians and raise money for charities around the globe.

Over 150 acclaimed musicians, from Eric Clapton to John Mayer to Carlos Santana to Bonnie Raitt, donate their used guitar strings. Removed from the waste stream, the materials are handcrafted in Providence, RI and become one-of-a-kind memorabilia. Profits from the sales of these bracelets benefit any charity the musician chooses.

CONNECT

Wear Your Music creates a community of fans and their favorite musicians. By fostering community we magnify the impact of the individual.

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RECYCLE

Wear Your Music is making the music industry more environmentally sustainable. From re-use on tours, to more impactful merchandise.

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GIVE

Wear Your Music donates profits to charities that are selected by the musicians themselves.
Giving back closes the loop.

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VALUES-DRIVEN

Wear Your Music is driven by strong values.

We manufacture as many products and components in the USA as possible – ensuring the support of the US economy.

The majority of our packaging is recyclable and/or contains post-consumer recycled content.

We pay sustainable wages and offer retirement benefits to qualified employees.

IN SUPPORT OF WOMEN, COMMUNITY & FAMILY

Our team is comprised of mostly women, and we provide flexible work hours in a child-friendly environment.

All parents are encouraged to leave mid-afternoon to meet their school-aged children – and work from home as needed.

We hire locally and virtually.

OUR TEAM

PRESIDENT & DESIGNER

Hannah Garrison

STUDIO MANAGER

Niki Smith

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Joy Adamonis

THE BACKSTORY

Designer Hannah Garrison made jewelry from recycled objects. Her island studio was also a gathering place for all kinds of people, especially musicians. She began to pick up the refuse they left, and transform it into art – and specifically, guitar string bracelets were born.

Back in NYC, she stumbled upon a Craigslist ad for someone who did interesting things with guitar strings. The story begins there and continues.

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