Eddie Money, ‘Two Tickets to Paradise’ Singer, Dies At 70
Eddie Cash, the prolific singer and songwriter whose songs “Child Maintain On,” “Two Tickets to Paradise,” “Shakin’” and “Take Me Dwelling Tonight” soundtracked fashionable music within the 1980s, died Friday morning. He was 70.
A press release supplied by his household reads: “The Cash Household regrets to announce that Eddie handed away peacefully early this morning. It’s with heavy hearts that we are saying goodbye to our loving husband and father. We can’t think about our world with out him. We’re grateful that he’ll reside on without end by way of his music.”
Cash just lately revealed that he had been recognized with stage four esophageal most cancers.
A actuality tv collection about Cash and his household, “Actual Cash,” had aired on AXS TV beginning in April. It chronicled his life at residence and together with his household, revealing his well being struggles.
Cash made his personal within the Bay Space the place he carried out on the metropolis’s golf equipment repeatedly.
A star of MTV’s youth, throughout which he starred in a collection of comedic music movies, he noticed main chart success with such songs as “Child Maintain On” and “Two Tickets to Paradise” and in 1986 “Take Me Dwelling Tonight”, a duet with Ronnie Spector, which was a radio hit.
He was signed to Columbia Information and launched 11 albums all through his profession.
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