Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Breeze147, Sep 13, 2019.
Two Tickets To Paradise singer and songwriter was 70.
Too bad. A couple of years ago he was doing TV commercials for somebody?? using his signature song. It was for travel, but I forget who it was for.
He joins Johnny Cash and Johnny Paycheck in monetary heaven
RIP, Eddie. I watch his show on AXS TV, "Real Money." Seemed like a pretty regular guy.
Seems like it wasn't too long ago he was performing on Fremont Street.
I'm currently listening to Eddie Money via streaming on one of the Chicago Classic Rock stations. He had a pretty good connection with the station playing on some of their free shows and calling in to the station on occasion.
I have a lot of empathy for someone and their family who has a losing battle with cancer.
I remember when I grew up in Cleveland going out to the Old Richfield Coliseum which is also torn down and seeing him on New Year's eve. Give me some Water and Two tickets to Paradise great songs.
Well shit that’s not the news I wanted to hear
RIP Eddie you had some good jams.
I come from a family with longevity. 70 sucks much too young!
Yes, much too young.
(One Ticket to Paradise.)
Agree way too young! RIP Eddie
Damn... his stuff was BIG in my hay-day!
I saw Eddie Money at the Brandywine Club, a small concert venue in the Philly ‘burbs. Probably was around 1985 or so.
Yessss thanks for bringing the laughs @hammie - I fucking love that commercialllll!
RIP Eddie! He was a good guy with a bumpy road to and from and back to success. He was a regular in the rock club scene in the Bay Area in the 80's. We saw him around a lot, supporting local bands and doing some charity gigs. I got to see him pull the "don't you know who I am card" one time we got in trouble with security at a fancy hotel in the Embarcadero and it was PERFECT! Gone too soon.
Oh, and F**k Cancer!!!
Yes. Roger that.
RIP Eddie. Too young but Thank You for the time you were with us.
TAKE ME HOME TONITE!
Ric at Joes
“Smack that horse in the ass, with my last dying gasp, my brother could hear me say,
Give me some water”
Rest In Peace Money Man
Sh sh sh sh she was shakin'
Always liked his fun music
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