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Warren Hellman’s musical side

Friday, September 30, 2011

imageHere’s writer Jeff Kaliss’ intro to a Q&A with Bay Citizen chairman, investment banker and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival (today through Sunday) benefactor Warren Hellman, picked up from San Francisco Classical Voice and republished in . . . The Bay Citizen:
After a long walk in the wee hours of every workday morning, 77-year-old Warren Hellman (who is the chairman of The Bay Citizen's board) returns to his home near the Presidio and practices bluegrass-style banjo in a small upstairs room where he won’t disturb his sleeping spouse, Christina. At the other end of a day spent managing many millions of dollars from the headquarters of Hellman & Friedman at One Maritime Plaza, he assays another session with the banjo.
Noted: Among other things, Kaliss wrote the authorized biography of Sly & the Family Stone.
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