The GRAMMY Museum® is “Shakin’” up the legendary Clive Davis Theater, as GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman sits down for ‘A Conversation With’ celebrated rock musician Eddie Money on Tuesday, March 20 at 8 p.m. PT in Los Angeles. The unforgettable evening is headlined by Money’s candid interview with Goldman, covering the chart-topping vocalist’s legendary career before opening it up to the audience for what promises to be a lively Q&A session. Money will close out the night with an intimate performance, playing some of his biggest hits backed by a band featuring sons Dez on guitar and Julian on drums, and daughter Jesse on vocals. The special event will also include an exclusive look at the premiere episode of Real Money, an all-new original reality series capturing the Money Family’s wild and crazy life both at home and on the road, debuting on Sunday, April 8 at 9:30 p.m. PT, only on AXS TV.
With a legendary career spanning over 40 years, Eddie Money has long-established himself as one of rock’s most beloved entertainers. Money’s journey to rock superstardom began in 1968 when he decided to follow his lifelong dreams 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, taking the world by storm with his celebrated self-titled debut album—a double-platinum success featuring the signature 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,” and “I Wanna Go Back,” among many others, and over 28 million records sold.
Money continues to tour across the country performing to fans both old and new, putting his electric showmanship on full display backed by a talented band that includes his sons, Dez and Julian, and his daughter, Jesse. When he’s not on the road, Eddie can be found spending time at home with Laurie, his wife of over 30 years; their five kids; and eight pets.
Tickets to the event are available for purchase by visiting grammymuseum.org.