If you listened to rock radio during the 1980’s you probably know that Eddie Money hits such as "Baby Hold On" and "Two Tickets To Paradise" were staples of the rock airwaves for a while.
After being convinced by Big 7 Records co-founder Dennis Sanfillipo to try exploring the country side of his musical abilities, Money has begun work on a new album which will include countrified remakes of at least two of his better-known hits.
Some of Sanfillipo’s comments with regard to the new album indicate that country music fans are ready to embrace Money. "I knew Eddie was really well-known, but the way the country people have ingratiated him to the community is really incredible," Sanfillipo said recently.
The first single planned from the new album, which will be called The Other Side of Money, will be a new version of "Give Me Some Water" which was recorded in Nashville with a little help from Vince Gill who provides backing vocals. The new single is expected to be released this coming weekend.