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Kent M. Moore – Master Piano Technician and owner of Coppell Piano Shop, the blog author shares his candid views about experiences during his 40+ years in the music business.

His writing draws on his experience in the piano industry in retail, wholesale, national and international sales and marketing management. He is currently a former member of the Fort Worth Piano Technicians Guild. He learned to tune pianos in 1982 and joined the Bluegrass Piano Technicians Guild and later the Dallas Piano Technician’s Guild. he is networked with hundreds of piano technicians and participates in continuing education to stay apprised of developments in the piano arts.

An avid writer and award winning publisher, Mr. Moore has experience in territory management, banking, publishing, and civic leadership.  He earned a minor in Piano Performance and Economics and a B.S. in Marketing from the University of Kentucky; served honorably in the U.S. Air Force, during the Vietnam Era. His vocational interests include swimming, jazz piano, composition and arranging, gardening, social media and music advocacy.

Coppell Piano Shop serves clients in Flower Mound, Lewisville, Coppell and surrounding areas. Please visit Coppell Piano Shop.com for more information.

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