Mike Corrigan, president and master craftsman at B.A.C. (Best American Craftsman), hand-hammered a custom trombone bell, building a new instrument from scratch in the company's downtown  factory. Now Corrigan, 34, and his business are keeping the spirit of Kansas City’s sound alive while supplying trumpets, trombones and other instruments to musicians at all levels, from Kansas City area school children to professionals Trombone Shorty and Van Halen.
Mike Corrigan, president and master craftsman at B.A.C. (Best American Craftsman), hand-hammered a custom trombone bell, building a new instrument from scratch in the company's downtown factory. Now Corrigan, 34, and his business are keeping the spirit of Kansas City’s sound alive while supplying trumpets, trombones and other instruments to musicians at all levels, from Kansas City area school children to professionals Trombone Shorty and Van Halen. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Mike Corrigan, president and master craftsman at B.A.C. (Best American Craftsman), hand-hammered a custom trombone bell, building a new instrument from scratch in the company's downtown factory. Now Corrigan, 34, and his business are keeping the spirit of Kansas City’s sound alive while supplying trumpets, trombones and other instruments to musicians at all levels, from Kansas City area school children to professionals Trombone Shorty and Van Halen. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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