Liana Green can no longer remember how much her allowance was as a pre-teen, but she remembers what it meant to her.
“I would save my allowance and go rent a saxophone from the music store,” she says. “I’d have that for three months, and then I’d take that back and get a clarinet and have that for a couple months. Then I’d take it back and go get a tuba. That was just fun for me.
“I would sit in my room and figure out how to make music on different instruments.”