Eddie Money’s Daughter Jesse Rocks out Just like Her Dad

Rock star, Eddie Money has a grown-up daughter who is set to make waves like her Celebrity dad.

Jesse “Money” Mahoney is determined to not only be a celebrity’s child but also carve her niche in show business.

Taking on a nickname similar to her dad’s, Mahoney presently enjoys a music tour with Eddie as she performs as a backup singer while she occasionally gets under stage spotlights with Janis Joplin’s  “Turtle Blues.”

Jesse got into spotlight one time while her father performed on stage as she helped him to a bottle of water. The young lady had cheeringly danced to the side of the stage as Eddie performed.

Mahoney and her dad possess a healthy father-daughter relationship. The pair seem to hold each other’s company dear as they were seen together on Fox’s “Don’t Forget the Lyrics” (2008) to raise funds for charity.

Mahoney once mentioned that Eddie is her best friend while she looks out for him like a mother would from time to time. In addition to her stunning looks and vocal abilities, the young entertainer is quite versatile with musical instruments such as the cowbell, tambourine, piano, maracas, and guitar. Just like her dad, Jesse is also into Rock. 

“ROCK STAR” EDDIE MONEY

The singer and songwriter, Edward Joseph Mahoney was born in New York City into a family of NYPD officers. While he was yet young, Eddie picked a cue from his family and joined the police force. His music career did not start until he quit law enforcement to pursue full-time entertainment.

Eddie started in Berkeley, California performing in local clubs until 1976 when he met Bill Graham. Bill became his manager and Eddie secured a contract with Columbia records.

With his debut album, Money made a major break into stardom as the album went double platinum with hit songs like “Baby Hold On” and “Two Tickets to Heaven.” 

The 70-year-old entertainer also scored himself an impressive top 40 hit songs which include “Think I’m in Love,” “Take Me Home Tonight,” “Shakin’,” “Walk on Water and “I Wanna Go Back” among the myriads of others.

Money’s career also extends TV as he appeared on “King of Queens” in 2002. A reality TV show about his family life also debuted in 2018.

Eddie Money shares five children with Laurie, his wife of 30 years. The legendary rock star still enjoys a great deal of fans’ love and admiration as he keeps up sterling performances during tours.