New York, New York, It's A Wonderful Town
And Marko Perković Thompson probably thinks so after a remarkably positive write-up of his New York concert in the Washington Post.
Unlike the New York tabloids' sensational depictions of a 'Nazi rocker', the Post went along to St Cyril and Methodius church and found:
'he sang a lot of fervently nationalistic, mid-tempo rock songs, most of which sounded like Iron Maiden doing Eastern European folk. And he harped again and again on his favorite themes: love of God, family and Croatia. Especially Croatia, which in his music sounds like a place abused for centuries and still under siege.'
Of course. maybe it depends on which diaspora group which journalist happens to talk to...