Support the NOMC in style! Give the gift that gives back with NOMC Merchandise!
If You Love Music… T-Shirts
Created by Dirty Coast Press’s project Screens for Good, this t-shirt shares a simple mission: If you love music, support musicians! You can with this shirt. Available in 3 colors.
Doing Good Merch
Choose from a range of stylish New Orleans and NOMC themed shirts to benefit the clinic, shipped right to your door.
EarPeace Ear Plugs
Protect your hearing with NOMC EarPeace Ear Plugs. These provide exceptional sound clarity, are comfortable to wear and come in a handy NOMC case you can attach to your keychain.
Goods That Matter
In New Orleans, we are ‘Brass Fed’ on a daily basis. Sport your support of local artists & musicians with clever tees and tote bags. 10% of proceeds are donated to the Musicians’ Clinic.
Beautiful handcrafted jewelry and artwork made from recycled guitar strings. 5% of profits are donated to the NOMC.
A simple way to give back while you shop – choose New Orleans Musicians’ Assistance Foundation at Smile.Amazon.Com. Shop as you normally would and Amazon gives 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the NOMC.
Move Your Body (Remix)
The New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic is proud to announce the digital release of two exclusive new songs as part of the You Got This mental health outreach program. Grammy winners Rebirth Brass Bands’ single “Move Your Body (Remix),” mixed by acclaimed producer Mannie Fresh and featuring bounce superstar Big Freedia, brings New Orleans music legends together for a booty shakin’ good time. For traditional jazz lovers, “Livery Stable Blues” receives a centennial makeover by Bonerama.
Down on the Bayou II Album
Live recordings from Down on the Bayou II, a benefit concert for the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic (NOMC) and Assistance Foundation (NOMAF), are now available for download. The recordings capture the collaboration of more than 60 musicians coming together as never before playing renditions of classic songs such as “Lawdy Miss Clawdy”, Robert Johnson’s “32-20 Blues”, Dr. John’s “Right Place Wrong Time”, “Turn On Your Love Light” and Ray Charles’ “I Got a Woman”.