Sure, Long Island-native Eddie Money was one of the top singing-songwriting rockers of the late '70s and early '80s—but, oh, that gorgeous hair! This way hot-to-trot former policeman gave all the ladies mega chills and body thrills crooning hits “Shakin’,” “Two Tickets to Paradise,” “Baby Hold on to Me,” and the stellar “Think I’m in Love”—which came with an uber sexy Dracula-inspired music video. After rollercoastering on the charts and hardcore partying behind the scenes, Money made a mid-'80s comeback with Ronnie Spector on “Take Me Home Tonight” and dropped his most critically acclaimed album to date. Now 64, Money still tours the circuit and is more charming than ever in that “I have no filter” senior citizen way. Just check out his “interview” on YouTube conducted by a teenage girl that can only be described as awkward. Go see what other awesome TMI he has to share with you in between songs.
Fri., Oct. 18, 8 p.m., 2013