A lot of people never consider the relationship between music and leather. From ancient drums, to modern guitar straps, music and leather have always been bound...
Michael used to make guitar straps for the Grand Ole Opry, but now he makes leather work for Alaska, and beyond.
A resident of Soapstone community in Palmer, Alaska, Michael Sturgeon runs his leather shop out of his home. Call first, and let Michael and his wife Janet know you're coming, and check his availability.
Doing leather work for 52 years, Michael first moved to Alaska in 2008. Currently, Ghost Town Leather is serving Alaskans' leather needs at gun shows, trade shows, weekend market at Anchorage, and places all over. Their biggest event is the Anchorage Market.
Give him a call at 931-265-3548.
(It's a Tennessee number, but he's had it for years and years.)