Eddie Money had a string of Top 40 hits and platinum albums in the ’70s and ’80s that remain beloved, although he admits he tires of his 1986 comeback hit “Take Me Home Tonight.” “I gotta tell you the truth,” he said. “It’s a silly little song. I don’t want to let you go ’til you see the light? I would have never written a song like that.” But you can bet he’ll sing it for his fans tonight at the season finale of Rock the Block downtown, where he performs a free show at 7:30 p.m. on Superior Street between First and Second Avenue East, presented by Fond du Luth Casino. (See also: Concert review: Eddie Money charms fans with greatest hits) Money was excited about coming to Duluth, where he said he had at least 40 friends from the area on his guest list. “Duluth is a great little vacation town,” he said. “I can’t wait to get there.” Money chatted with the News Tribune on the phone before a show in Virginia Beach, Va., on Wednesday. Here are excerpts from some of his answers. Q: How do you manage so much travel in your tour schedule? A:… Read full this story
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