Eddie Money - The 2014 Tour
One of the most prominent rock stars of a generation is back, bringing his decade spanning
discography and signature spunk to a venue near you. Don't miss Eddie Money when he criss crosses America and heads to a town
near you, including: Agoura Hills, San Juan Capistrano, and Beverly Hills, CA; West Springfield, MA; and two epic performances
in Vienna, VA. Don't see Eddie heading to a location near you? Keep up to date on all of his latest and up to date concert
information right here at StubHub, your number one resource for concert ticket information.
Eddie Money will be burning
down the house at the biggest and most exciting venues that North America has to offer. Whether he's playing a sold out show
at Vienna's The Barns or playing to LA's elites in Beverly Hills' the Saban Theatre, Eddie Money's 2014 tour is shaping up
to be the most memorable event in rock history this year. Don't miss your opportunity to catch Eddie and his amazing discography
live and in the flesh!
About Eddie Money
Hailing from the fabulous New York City, Eddie Money spent his
early years in both Brooklyn and Long Island as he came of age in a family of tough and serious law enforcement officers.
Before he had caught the music bug, Eddie went to great lengths to follow in the family tradition, at one point enrolling
in the law enforcement trainee program for the NYPD before he broke away from the legacy of his father and pursued a full
time career as a musician. His heart would soon lead him to the other side of the United States, as he eventually settled
in beautiful Berkeley, California and immediately starting performing in the local music scene. He would soon make the acquaintance
of Billy Graham, the legendary california music promoter, who would immediately take a liking to Eddie and be a mentor and
father figure for Eddie during his early years.
Graham made no effort to hide his affection for Eddie, lavishing praise
upon his ability as a performer, songwriter, and singer, praise that would be immediately echoed by various members of the
local music community. Label giant Columbia Records would agree with Graham's assessment, and soon Eddie Money had a signed
recording contract and a steady rise to fame as he became one of the hottest tickets in the late 70s, early 80s music scene.
is the case with many individuals of such talent, Eddie had personal struggles that would define both his early career and
his identity as an individual. Poor album sales in the mid 80s would spur on a cocaine addiction, which would put Eddie's
career on hold as his future as a musician hung precariously in the balance. Not one to give up so easily, Eddie soon overcame
his addiction and immediately went on a spree of songwriting that would garner critical and commercial success spanning two
decades. Now an actor, musician, and Grammy nominee, the Eddie Money music train is still going full steam ahead as he remains
one of the foremost figures in the rock music scene today.
Success came early for Eddie,
with his debut album dropping in 1977 and immediately climbing to the #37 and #24 positions on the US and Canadian charts,
respectively. His album would be certified double platinum, and receive a near perfect score from Allmusic, marking the album
as both a commercial and critical success. Under the direction of producer Bruce Botnick, the Eddie Money produced three huge
singles including "Two Tickets to Paradise", "You've Really Got a Hold on Me", and "Baby Hold On", with the latter hitting
the #11 position on the US singles chart.
Nearly a decade later, Eddie would drop Can't Hold Back in 1986, yet another
commercial success that cemented Eddie's comeback after his struggle with addiction. The album would gain a near perfect four
and a half stars from media critics Allmusic and Kerrang!, and be the fourth Eddie Money album to receive platinum certification.
With the singles "Take ME Home Tonight" and "I Wanna Go Back", the album would be one of his highest charting to date, reaching
the #20 position on the US Billboard chart.
Eddie has showed considerable acting talent, with appearances
on the Kevin James sitcom hit The King of Queens as well as appearing as himself in a GEICO insurance commercial.
Eddie Money Concert Experience
The Eddie Money concert experience somehow manages to take forty years of musical performance
greatness and concentrates it into one epic night of great music, quick wit, and nonstop laughs. A night with Eddie Money
will keep you out of your seats with eyes glued to the stage as Eddie walks you through his extensive discography of fundamental
American rock hits. Don't miss your opportunity to see a venerable rock legend for one of the best performances you'll see
in a lifetime - get your tickets today!