Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale Teams Up With String Guitar String Jewelry Line For A Good Cause

Lzzy Hale record Grammy Award– winning rock band HALESTORM has partnered with guitar string jewelry company Strung. Lzzyplayed guitar strings, transformed into badass rock jewelry, will raise funds for MusiCares.

The unique, limited-edition necklaces and bracelets are made from the gift of guitar strings from Lzzywas playing guitar from the stage. Each chain is hand wound into a jewel by Strung. Each purchase includes an official autographed authenticity card verifying Lzzyplayed strings.

Co-owner of Strung, BLAMESHIFT singer Jenny Mann, says: “I have always admired and respected Lzzy. She is one of the most down-to-earth people in the industry besides being an incredibly talented singer. We’re so grateful to have him on board and can’t wait to see what the future holds.”

Strung is a lifestyle brand for music lovers made by musicians Jenny Man and Tim Barbour who discovered a unique way to reuse their broken guitar strings and turn them into distinctive jewelry for men and women themed after a classic song. With over 80 tracks spanning genres such as rock/metal, country/blues, hip-hop/rap and classical music, customers can wear their favorite song by ordering one of their bracelets, necklaces or personalized earrings, accompanied by a charm. Additional shop items include unisex drum cymbal necklaces, bead bracelets, choker necklace chords and more. Strung also features a customizable “Send-a-Song” store where shoppers can choose their own song and matching charm.

According to Guitar Girl Magazine, the idea of Strung was born in 2012 when Man and barbour, original members of the rock band BLAMESHIFT, spent more than 200 days traveling the country and Jenny noticed all the strings that the guitarist Tim constantly changing and going all over the tour bus. This inspired her to make bracelets from the used strings and she started selling them at their merchandising table at trade shows.

For more information, visit getstrung.com.

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