Louisiana Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne, left, shows off a white Steinway grand piano, salvaged from the flooded Lower 9th Ward home of legendary musician Fats Domino after Hurricane Katrina, after being restored in New Orleans, Thursday, May 2, 2013. With him are Domino's daughters, left to right, Andrea Brimmer, Antoinette Smith, Anola Hartzog, and Adonica Domino. Its restoration came through $30,000 donated to the Louisiana Museum Foundation, and will be the centerpiece of an exhibit in the French Quarter. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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Louisiana Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne, left, shows off a white Steinway grand piano, salvaged from the flooded Lower 9th Ward home of legendary musician Fats Domino after Hurricane Katrina, after being restored in New Orleans, Thursday, May 2, 2013. With him are Domino's daughters, left to right, Andrea Brimmer, Antoinette Smith, Anola Hartzog, and Adonica Domino. Its restoration came through $30,000 donated to the Louisiana Museum Foundation, and will be the centerpiece of an exhibit in the French Quarter.  (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Louisiana Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne, left, shows off a white Steinway grand piano, salvaged from the flooded Lower 9th Ward home of legendary musician Fats Domino after Hurricane Katrina, after being restored in New Orleans, Thursday, May 2, 2013. With him are Domino's daughters, left to right, Andrea Brimmer, Antoinette Smith, Anola Hartzog, and Adonica Domino. Its restoration came through $30,000 donated to the Louisiana Museum Foundation, and will be the centerpiece of an exhibit in the French Quarter. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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