We 1st met Eddie Money in 1977 with his now classic songs “Baby Hold On” and “Two Tickets to Paradise.” He had bailed on his family tradition of serving in the New York Police Department, where Eddie was a trainee, and moved to Berkeley, California for a new life as a rock star. Now, he’s coming to play Greeley.


In addition to his music, he’s supporting veterans. Ellen Fike at The Wyoming Tribune Eagle says proceeds from his  T-Shirt sales will go to Pets for Vets “Healing Vets and Saving Pets.” That’s a winning combination if I ever heard one.

You can see  Eddie Money Friday, November 18 2016 7:30 Union Colony Civic Center 701 10th Avenue Greeley, Colorado. Tickets available $78 • $52 • $42 • $32


I've met and talked with the Money Man many times over the years and he has always been a professional and very gracious. The last time I talked with him, he was loving the act of getting his kid's lunches together as they headed off to school. These days, it's not unusual to see some of his grown children on stage, performing.


See and hear Eddie, support the veterans and shelter animals, then book a vacation in paradise with Eddie Money

Chris Sansom, via YouTube