Four years ago, Peter Cobb gave up practicing law and moved to New York City to follow his dream. With no job and no apartment, Cobb thought he'd teach and play freelance gigs on his saxophone until he could support himself as a jazz musician.
"I hit 30 and said, practicality be damned," Cobb says.
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