Election Night on Hollywood's Broadwalk: Sax Solos and Air Traffic Controllers
Just before 8 p.m., as CNN was announcing that Romney took Kentucky and Obama took Vermont, a musician by the name of Billy Bones was delivering a wincing saxophone solo to a roughly 80-person crowd.
When the song came to an end, Bones asked the listless crowd who was feeling happy. Then he segued into a song called "Happy."
Billy Bones hard at work
A few people lingered around on the Broadwalk. Whether they knew or cared how close the race in Florida was or that four more years of the O-bomb was coming didn't seem to matter.
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