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He re-posted a photo that captured him, bass guitar in-hand, shouting into a microphone at the edge of the stage.
He added his own caption: “No one at the office has any idea.” Then, he closed his laptop, and with fifteen minutes to spare, left his apartment and headed to work at Columbia University’s Medical Center.
Du Brul needed to run out the door to make it to the office, but he couldn’t resist a quick scroll through social media, where he maintains a modest-but-loyal following.
n a Monday morning last October, Sascha Du Brul awoke later than usual, with two ringing ears.
Less than twelve hours earlier, the 42-year-old Du Brul had been reliving his youth, stage diving into a packed crowd in Brooklyn’s Warsaw Ballroom.
Du Brul spent his would-be college years crisscrossing Manhattan’s Lower East Side, living as a punk squatter in cooperative housing.
He was 37 when he finally completed his bachelor’s degree.