Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon to DJ at Lollapalooza

60 year old man who works part time electronic dance dj when he’s not running one of the largest investment banks in the world, he brings record profits to Goldman, setting records.
representative Goldman Sachs (GS) confirmed that Solomon, who regularly DJs in clubs in Miami and New York under the alias “D-sol”, will perform on the Lollapalooza stage, where about 400,000 visitors in 2019.

“[I] stumbled upon it as a hobby and now I’m just doing it for fun,” Solomon said on a Goldman Sachs podcast in 2017.

Solomon typically hosts four to six events a year, with all profits going to charity, a Goldman spokesperson said. Some executives play golf for fun, a Solomon DJs spokesperson added.

Solomon’s hobby has led him to headline a number of high-profile events such as the 2019 Amazon event and this year’s Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party.

It also caused controversy. It opened for The Chainsmokers at a crowded charity event in the Hamptons at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in July 2020. The show sparked an investigation by the New York State Department of Health over what then-Governor Andrew Cuomo called “egregious violations of social distancing.” .”

“The vast majority of viewers seemed to follow the rules, but [Solomon is] concerned that some have violated them and put themselves and others at risk,” a Goldman Sachs spokesperson said in a statement.

Last June, Solomon moved from using the alias DJ D-sol to his CEO’s name David Solomon and released a single titled “Learn to Love Me” which he promoted on his Instagram account.

Lollapalooza will take place July 28-31 at Chicago’s Grant Park, with over 170 performances scheduled across eight stages. Four-day tickets for the event range from $350 to $4,200.

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