Rock guitarist, saxophonist and singer/songwriter Eddie Money arrived in the late 70s at the height of album rock’s popularity. He had a knack for catchy, blue-collar rock & roll, and jumped on the early MTV bandwagon by filming a series of funny narrative videos. Money’s had a string of Top 40 hits that include “Two Tickets to Paradise,” “Baby Hold On,” and “Walk on Water.” “Think I’m in Love,” “Take Me Home Tonight,” and “The Love in Your Eyes” all made it to the top of the Mainstream Rock charts.
One of the most iconic rock bands from the 80s, Starship recorded several of the decade’s biggest anthems, including “We Built This City,” “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now,” and “Sara.” While the band’s history goes back to the 60s, the incarnation still performing these hits today was started in 1979 when Mickey Thomas joined Paul Kantner to resurrect Jefferson Starship. The current Starship features the longest running line-up in the history of the band.