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MELVILLE, N.Y. – Music has always been part of David Jacobson’s life. But the tragedy of 9/11 let the 43-year old president of indirect lending company GrooveCar use his talents in a way he never anticipated by inspiring him to write a song he performed in public on July 4, 2002 together with the Long Island Philharmonic Orchestra. Jacobson says he’s been writing songs or playing music “forever.” He has particularly fond memories of being a member of a three-person band in junior high school called Black Diamond whose bass player now plays with well-known group Pink Floyd. Jacobson estimates he’s written about 1,000 songs, but he’s never had time to take his music interests “to the next level.” “You have to choose a career, and I chose this one I’m in now,” he says.

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