The well endowed bachelor pad of the 70s might have been defined by the water bed, the lava lamps, shag carpeting and, intriguingly, some of Eddie Money's symphonic blues on the stereo. Two tickets to paradise.
Money's long, soft locks may have gone the way of their era, but fans still hold his slightly-under-the-radar hits tied up in memories. And, as he showed at the Fox Tucson Theatre on Wednesday, that reliably solid of 70s rocker can still deliver a reliably satisfying set.
Tucson Weekly rock photographer C. Elliott takes you to the scene of the Tucson stop on Money's Unplug It In ... Again tour.
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