Piano technician Steve Waters talks about pianos he has restored on Wednesday, Aug. 13, at the Keys 4/4 Kids location in the West Bottoms of Kansas City. The charity, of which Waters is a site manager, takes donated pianos and restores them to be either sold to the public or given to families who could not otherwise afford a piano.
Piano technician Steve Waters talks about pianos he has restored on Wednesday, Aug. 13, at the Keys 4/4 Kids location in the West Bottoms of Kansas City. The charity, of which Waters is a site manager, takes donated pianos and restores them to be either sold to the public or given to families who could not otherwise afford a piano. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Piano technician Steve Waters talks about pianos he has restored on Wednesday, Aug. 13, at the Keys 4/4 Kids location in the West Bottoms of Kansas City. The charity, of which Waters is a site manager, takes donated pianos and restores them to be either sold to the public or given to families who could not otherwise afford a piano. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

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