Eddie Money called into the radio station this morning during my show. I've interviewed Eddie a couple of times in the past and I always enjoy talking with him.

Eddie Money's story is a pretty cool story of a guy who was following in his Father's Footsteps as a New York City police officer. After 2 years of being on the force he decided to move to California and start playing in local clubs to pursue his love of music. That was back in the early 70s. Fast forward to now, after selling millions of CDs, having a couple number one hits, and touring for almost 40 years, Eddie Money is still a down-to-earth guy. He's battled his addictions and is now sober and he's still out on the road. He'll be playing Spiedie Fest tomorrow night.

I spoke to Eddie about his career, about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, about the Geico commercial that he was in, and so much more. And Eddie, of course, being the funny guy that he is, told a couple of jokes along the way.

If you missed it on the air this morning, you can listen to it below. Check him out tomorrow at Spiedie Fest with Blue Oyster Cult.