ROCKER EDDIE MONEY DIES OF CANCER AT 70

Popular 1970’s and 80’s rock singer Eddie Money has died after revealing he had been diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer.
Born Edward Mahoney, Money spent two years as a New York City police officer before deciding to give music a try.
After moving to California, and playing clubs around San Francisco, he met legendary promoter Bill Graham, who became Money’s manager, helping him achieve multi-platinum album sales in the 1980s.
He had 11 albums, starting with his self-titled debut in 1977, that featured hits ”Baby Hold On,” and ”Two tickets to Paradise”.