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February 26, 1988 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-26

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it as they would in Hebrew."
Broza is presently living
just outside of Tenafly, N.J. "I
love it there," he said.
Despite his enthusiasm,
Broza's American tour hasn't
been easy. Two of his concerts,
one in Champaign, Ill. and
the other in Columbus, Ohio
were plagued by bomb
threats. These were especial-
ly disturbing to Broza, who
chooses to stay out of politics.
"I don't want politics to get
in the way of my music," he
says. "I don't regard my music
as political at all. It's folk
rock with an edge to it. I have
nothing to do with politics
really."
But that isn't entirely true.
While still in Israel, Broza
attended the "Yesh Gvul" ral-
ly held in Achziv to raise
money to help people refusing
army service to Lebanon. He
is also actively involved with
Neve Shalom (Oasis for
Peace), an Arab-Jewish
village bordering the West
Bank that serves as a visible
model of cooperation and
coexistance. Along with his
records and tapes, Broza
distributes pamphlets on
Neve Shalom at his concerts
around the country. But he
has emphasized that it is
peace more than politics in
which he is interested.
As for his three years in
America, Broza never ex-
pected his latest album to be
so much work. And the com-
petition in America was like-
ly greater than he expected
and certainly greater than
anything he encountered in
Israel.
"It's a cruel business," says
Broza, putting his guitar
down for the first time during
the interview. "You might
give everything you have for
a project and never see the
results. There's not a lot of
space at the top and
everybody wants to get there.
At some point in Israel I got
to the top. I would like to get
to such a satisfactory point
here. I don't stand out . . . yet."
In spite of the hard work,
Broza has no regrets. "I've
had no disappointments," he
says, looking around for some
wood to knock on. "I only
hope for good stuff. I haven't
lost hope for a moment in my
life. But it's a very com-
petitive place, this America."
While Broza has cut down
on his concert appearances in
order to concentrate on his
new album, he hasn't ended
his tour completely. Broza
will return to Michigan for a
solo concert at Temple Israel,
co-sponsored by Young Judea
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