Shunned at home, an Israeli expat musician makes it in New York
NEW YORK — At 10 pm on a Friday night, the Mercury Lounge on Manhattan’s Lower East Side is brimming with an ecstatic crowd encircled around a band playing in the center of the dance floor. Beads of sweat drip down the three musicians’ foreheads; their expressions are focused yet vacant as their hands move at…
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