Jim Foster plays a grand piano in his Foster Family Music Center piano store in Bettendorf, Iowa, in early December. The number of stores dedicated to selling pianos is dwindling across the country as fewer people take up the instrument and those who do opt for a used piano or a less expensive electronic keyboard.
Jim Foster plays a grand piano in his Foster Family Music Center piano store in Bettendorf, Iowa, in early December. The number of stores dedicated to selling pianos is dwindling across the country as fewer people take up the instrument and those who do opt for a used piano or a less expensive electronic keyboard. Charlie Neibergall Associated Press
Jim Foster plays a grand piano in his Foster Family Music Center piano store in Bettendorf, Iowa, in early December. The number of stores dedicated to selling pianos is dwindling across the country as fewer people take up the instrument and those who do opt for a used piano or a less expensive electronic keyboard. Charlie Neibergall Associated Press