Rocker EDDIE MONEY Succumbs To Illness At Age 70

Recent health issues included cancer diagnosis...

September 13, 2019

USA Today


EDDIE MONEY, the good-natured, rockin' mainstay of the 'Soundtrack' of the 1980's (and beyond) has died at the age of 70. Money had recently been diagnosed with stage 4 esophogeal cancer, which came on the heels of a recent heart valve replacement, and a bout of pnuemonia which followed. Born in New York, and making the move early in his career to live in the San Francisco Bay Area, Money enjoyed a successful career, releasing 11 albums and achieving chart success with his popular songs, 'Two Tickets To Paradise,' 'Take Me Home Tonight,' 'Baby Hold On,' among a handful of others.

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