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Eddie Money Is Coming To Saban Theatre

By Steven Lieberman

Observer Reporter

Eddie "Two Tickets To Paradise" Money will make a stop on his 2014 concert tour on November 9 at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.

With over 28 million records sold worldwide, this classic rockers' trademark raspy, husky voice is still easily recognized today, arguably one of the most distinctive voices.

Fans will be treated to all of his most popular hits which include "Two Tickets," Baby Hold On," Think I'm In Love," and "Take Me Home Tonight," among many of his other great songs.

Not only does he sing, but he is also an accomplished guitar and saxophonist. And he shakes a mean tambourine.

Rock impresario Bill Graham said "Eddie Money has it all...Not only can he sing, write, and play, but he is a natural performer."

He does light up the stage with his electric spirit and presence.

Money took advantage of the MTV music video scene in the early 1980's which helped fuel his career with his humorous narrative videos, especially for "I Think I'm In Love."

He is constantly touring. Since 1992, Money has traditionally opened the summer concert season for DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkson, Michigan and in 2010 he performed a medley of his hits during the halftime performance at the Liberty Bowl.

Two years later, he made a most memorable appearance in a GEICO insurance commercial in which he owns a travel agency where he sings "Two Tickets To Paradise" to a family who wants tickets for a vacation.

And fans will feel like they are in "paradise" when he takes the stage at the Saban Theatre.


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