James Neil Hollingworth was born in 1933 in Painesville, OH. Not much is known about the psychedelic hippie, although he is most remembered as a beatnik song writer. Not known as a poet, with a pen in his hand he used the alias Ambrose Hollingworth Redmoon and could be found among the beat poets of the late 50’s and early 60’s in the Greenwich Village, New York City. After spending a small portion of his time in Chicago, he moved to San Francisco where he managed the legendary rock band Quicksilver. The folk rock band emerged into greatness at the same time as Jefferson Airplane. He also managed another group called the Ace of Cups. In 1966 on the way from a Quicksilver concert, Hollingworth was in a major car accident that left him a paraplegic. He spent the last 30 years of his life quietly in a small town called Santa Rosa. James Neil Hollingworth was a great manager with an authentic mindset. Today we honor his life and thank him for his TruStatement.