Behind the Scenes of a Street Musician's Life in New York City | The New York Times





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Published on Nov 26, 2012

Isaiah Richardson Jr., of the Bronx, has been a saxophone-playing fixture in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan, performing a repertoire ranging from Asian national anthems to Michael Jackson.

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