Money was known as a working-class rocker  with a husky voice. At the age of 18, he tried to follow in the footsteps of his police officer grandfather, father, and brother as a New York City Police Department trainee. In , Money moved to Berkeley, California. Money became a regular performer at clubs in the San Francisco Bay Area.
'Wanna Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star'
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There was no reason to believe that Eddie Money would be, or even could be, a big star. Born Edward Mahoney as the son, grandson and brother of New York City policemen, his future seemed to be preordained. At one point, Money even began training for a career in law enforcement. But music beckoned, and one of the more unlikely journeys toward fame began. At least for a while. After scoring a string of radio and video successes between , Money faltered - the victim of the same stardom that he'd once coveted. But after kicking drugs, Money made an impressive late-'80s comeback, one that showcased everything he'd learned in a career that by then encompassed album-oriented rock, everyman balladry, moments of surprising introspection and a few endlessly approachable pop moments.