The Goldman Sachs chief executive has used the bank’s private jet to help with his hobby as a part-time dance music DJ.
In late July, David Solomon flew to Chicago on Goldman’s privately owned Gulfstream G650 to meet with customers and employees, Business Insider reported, before playing a set at the Lollapalooza music festival.
“Lolla was full of special moments, but this one was the best,” said Mr. Solomon in a post on his personal Instagram account, which featured a video of him performing a song he shared with OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder. wrote.
The clip featured smoke machines, neon lights and delighted crowds of young people dancing to his music.
Solomon, who has been running Goldman Sachs since 2018, is known for his musical hobby, with 1.2 million listeners per month on Spotify. However, this is the first time his use of the business jet to go to gigs has come to light.
The chief executive has also reportedly asked Goldman’s dozen or so social media specialists to coordinate his schedule and music releases with his representatives at music label Payback Records.