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Wall Street Children Sing, Strum, And Drum

Bill Gross's son Nick may not know what a bond is, but he does have an 18-inch floor tom. And he's not the only finance son or daughter to go from stock and bonds to chords and harmonies.

Posted on August 1, 2014, at 3:43 p.m. ET

Bloomberg TV today featured Nick Gross, the son of billionaire bond investor Bill Gross. Nick is a drummer, songwriter, producer, and an investor in music and technology companies. / Via Bloomberg TV

And there's little chance he'll ditch music and follow his dad into investing.

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But he's not the only finance scion to pursue a career in music...

Billionaire distressed debt investor Marc Lasry's daughter Emma released a music video in 2010 for her song "Closet Bitch." Lasry told the Wall Street Journal: "It wouldnโ€™t be my first choice for a title. But the song is really good. Itโ€™s a catchy tune."

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The video, which is no longer available on YouTube, featured a kameo from fellow celebrity daughter Khloe Kardashian.

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Hedge fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones's daughter Caroline is also a singer and songwriter. She has released four albums and sung the national anthem before Giants, Jets, and Knicks games

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Tess Druckenmiller, the daughter of Duquesne Capital founder Stanley Druckenmiller, is a singer-songwriter. She released her album "Storyteller" last year.

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Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman's daughter Caroline released an EP with her group "Madness and the Film" last year.

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Gorman pitched his daughter's album in an email to colleagues: "In the spirit of Sheryl Sandberg I am โ€˜leaning inโ€™ for a young woman.โ€

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Rock on, financier children, rock on.

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