An Evening With Eddie Money

Ahead of the premiere of his all-new AXS TV original reality series “Real Money” on April 8, multi-platinum rock superstar Eddie Money will visit the GRAMMY Museum’s Clive Davis Theater for an intimate conversation and sneak peek at the first episode of his new show. The evening will be hosted by GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman, and will culminate with a special performance. “Real Money” follows the daily lives of Eddie Money as he deals with the struggles and joys of life at home with his wife, eight pets, and five talented children. With a legendary career spanning over 40 years, Eddie Money has long-established himself as one of rock’s most beloved entertainers. His journey to rock superstardom began in 1968 when he decided to follow his lifelong dream of becoming a musician after serving as a New York City policeman for two years. Exchanging his native Brooklyn for the blossoming Berkeley music scene, Money tirelessly worked the local clubs until 1976 when a chance encounter with legendary producer Bill Graham changed his life forever. Under Graham’s guidance, he signed with Columbia Records and took the world by storm with his celebrated self-titled debut album—a double-platinum success featuring the signature Money singles “Baby Hold On” and “Two Tickets To Paradise.” His star continued to rise on the strength of a slew of smash albums, Top 40 hits including “Take Me Home Tonight,” “Shakin’,” “Think I’m In Love,” “I Wanna Go Back,” and many more, and over 28 million records sold.