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"Jazz Musician Matt Lavelle started writing in the year 2000.What at first was personal eventually reached the Internet in 2005,as he developed a dedicated audience online at the Blog:Chris Rich Brilliant Corners,a Boston Jazz Blog.Lavelle had three blogs at one point:about music,about the street,and dealing with the spiritual side of life,with an average of 150 reads a day.

Lavelle has survived as an Musician making no money in New York City for twenty years.Watching the progressing cultural death of NYC from the street level,and seeing the art of life in the most unlikely of places,most notably the SUBWAY,.led to this very personal statement.

Along the way to becoming himself he has seen life up close,and this book gives you a front row seat to the experience of trying to be an artist in a place where Cash is truly King.He writes about life,as real as it gets.It doesn't get any more real in 2011 than the NYC Subway..

Read Real life NYC street level stories on the Subway,the Bus,from the Post office and beyond into more real life stories and writing of someone on a quest to be in an Artist living in NYC 2011."

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Published August 25, 2011 by iUniverse. 207 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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