The daughters of some of the most prominent financial executives are making music instead of money, from a hedge fund billionaire's daughter with four albums under her belt to Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman's daughter Caroline, a 17-year-old student at New York's exclusive Spence school who's pounding the pavement to land a record deal herself. "One thing about Caroline, she's entirely self-motivated," says the elder Gorman. Whether or not this is tomorrow's crop of rising pop stars, these four young women certainly aren't following in their fathers' footsteps.


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