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LI Caroling: Eddie Money and Ronnie Spector

Eddie Money performs during the 2010 Long Island

Eddie Money performs during the 2010 Long Island Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony and gala at Oheka Castle in Huntington. (Nov. 16, 2010) Credit: Newsday/Thomas A. Ferrara

The dynamic duo of Eddie Money and Ronnie Spector team up for "Everybody Loves Christmas" back in the days of their smash "Take Me Home Tonight." Levittown native Money is hoping for some additional holiday spirit this year, after debuting a new song "One More Soldier Coming Home" at the recent Long Island Music Hall of Fame inductions. Proceeds from the song will benefit widows and widowers from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. For the holidays, he's also giving the song away on his website in exchange for signing up for his mailing list.


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