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Paralyzed man invents hands-free instrument. Now he wants to play the anthem at a MLB game

The Next Web Monday, 16 July 2018
Over 35 years ago Dave Whalen was paralyzed in a skiing accident at age 19. Today, he’s a lawyer with a rock and roll dream: he wants to perform The Star Spangled Banner at a big league ball game. And we want your help making it happen. Whalen can’t play guitar or piano because he lacks the mobility, and instruments like the saxophone or trumpet are off the table due to his diminished lung capacity. But, thanks to his indomitable spirit, love of technology, and a few great friends he’s able to rock out with the best of us on…

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