August 24, 2013
Tickets go on sale:
Saturday April 20th - 8am - NOON
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
FOR 15 DAYS!
THROUGH DAY OF SHOW
241-2600 or 734-241-5775
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Box Office Location:
FAIR BOX OFFICE
3775 South Custer Rd.
Monroe MI 48161
Fairgrounds - 3:00pm
Grandstand - 6:00pm
Monroe County Jam - Festival of Food & Music
THE LARGEST ONE DAY PARTY
IN MONROE COUNTY'S HISTORY!!!
August 24, 2013
2010 Monroe County Jam
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 2010 - MONROE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
"Everything I do, I do it for you". Eddie Money says it at least once, every show. And he means it. This straight up rock and roll icon has been making music and delivering it to his fans since the mid 70's, and wouldn't have it any other way. With hits like "Two Tickets To Paradise", "Baby Hold On", "Walk On Water", "Think I'm In Love" and "Shakin", Eddie continues to be one of the hardest working men in rock and roll.
Performing a compact 150 or so shows every year, Eddie is always touring, somewhere. "My fans are the best, most loyal fans a guy could ask for. They keep coming back for more and I'm not gonna stop until they make me stop".
Chances are you'll find him coming to a city near you. "I like getting involved in a lot of different projects, weather it's singing the National Anthem at a professional sporting event or doing a gig for the charities I support or having my kids drag me through amusement park openings, I need to keep moving", says Money.
Check out Hunter's new video, "another side of the Hunter Brucks Band- mixing- rock/ americana and coutry to the fold". How Long, the new music video from the Hunter Brucks Band
"Motor City Soul Meets Southern Rock N Roll."
Hunter comes from a proud upbringing as a Michigan farmer's son. Born in a town called "Maybee" might seem like an ironic lyric from one of his songs but he was actually raised in Maybee, Michigan. He is one of six children in a family that worked hard, played hard, and loved harder. Hunter was instilled with two very significant ideals from his father, "a strong work ethic," and "a love for the guitar."
He has been performing since his "idol and best friend," his Father handed him a guitar at the age of six. "I am Always striving to be successful for "the right reasons" and refusing to fall into the typical "cookie-cutter sounds the same" category often seen in today's music, said Hunter while reflecting on his Fathers influences.
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