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A state of mind is now a state of being. Jimmy Buffett arrived in Nashville in prepared to embark on a recording career. Undaunted, Jimmy went back into the studio to record his second album. These first two albums show all the potential and promise that was soon to be realized. In a story told many times, Jimmy headed for Miami for an alleged booking date. However, when he got there, no job. After signing with ABC-Dunhill, he recorded his second debut album, ironically again in Nashville, though this time with greater artistic freedom. Jimmy plunged from the frying pan of Nashville into the fire of Key West. Key West servicemen, and shrimpers populated the island that had a reputation for harboring those seeking a lifestyle somewhat to the left of norm. Boarded store fronts dotted Duval St.
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James William Buffett born December 25, is an American singer, songwriter, musician, author, actor, and businessman. He is best known for his music, which often portrays an "island escapism" lifestyle. He has a devoted base of fans known as " Parrotheads ". Aside from his career in music, Buffett is also a best-selling author and is involved in two restaurant chains named after two of his best-known songs; he owns the Margaritaville Cafe restaurant chain and co-developed the Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant chain. Buffett was born on Christmas Day , in Pascagoula, Mississippi, [11] and spent part of his childhood in Mobile, Alabama. He later lived in Fairhope, Alabama. Ignatius School, where he played the trombone in the school band. As a child he was exposed to sailing through his grandfather and these experiences would go on to influence his later music. He graduated from McGill Institute for Boys in He began playing guitar during his first year at Auburn University before continuing his college years at Pearl River Community College and the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Mississippi , where he received a bachelor's degree in history in
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James William Buffett born December 25, is an American singer, songwriter, musician, author, actor, and businessman. He is best known for his music, which often portrays an "island escapism" lifestyle.

He has a devoted base of fans known as " Parrotheads ". Aside from his career in music, Buffett is also a best-selling author and is involved in two restaurant chains named after two of his best-known songs; he owns the Margaritaville Cafe restaurant chain and co-developed the Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant chain. Buffett was born on Christmas Day , in Pascagoula, Mississippi, [11] and spent part of his childhood in Mobile, Alabama. He later lived in Fairhope, Alabama.

Ignatius School, where he played the trombone in the school band. As a child he was exposed to sailing through his grandfather and these experiences would go on to influence his later music. He graduated from McGill Institute for Boys in He began playing guitar during his first year at Auburn University before continuing his college years at Pearl River Community College and the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Mississippi , where he received a bachelor's degree in history in After graduating from college, Buffett worked as a correspondent for Billboard magazine in Nashville , breaking the news of the separation of Flatt and Scruggs.

Buffett married Margie Washichek in and they divorced in They separated in the early s, but reconciled in Buffett also owns a home in Saint Barts , a Caribbean island where he lived on and off in the early s while he was part owner of the Autour de Rocher hotel and restaurant.

He spends part of the summer traveling about the East Coast on his sailboat. An avid pilot, Buffett owns a Dassault Falcon that he often uses while on concert tour and traveling worldwide.

His father died May 1, , at the age of His mother died a few months after her husband, on September 25, In , Jimmy Buffett spoke at the University of Miami's graduation ceremony and received an honorary doctorate in music.

Wearing flip flops and aviator sunglasses, he told graduates, in a paraphrase of his song "The Pascagoula Run", that "it's time to see the world, time to kiss a girl, and time to cross the wild meridian. Buffett began his musical career in Nashville, Tennessee , during the late s as a country artist and recorded his first album, the country-tinged folk rock record Down to Earth , in During this time, Buffett could be frequently found busking for tourists in New Orleans.

Today, he is a regular visitor to the Caribbean island of Saint Barts and other islands where he gets inspiration for many of his songs and some of the characters in his books. During the s, Buffett made far more money from his tours than his albums and became known as a popular concert draw. He released a series of albums during the following 20 years, primarily to his devoted audience, and also branched into writing and merchandising. Broadway showed little interest in the play following the failure of Paul Simon's The Capeman , and it ran only for six weeks in Miami.

He released an album of songs from the musical in In , he partnered in a partial duet with Alan Jackson for the song " It's Five O'Clock Somewhere ", a number-one hit on the country charts. Buffett's album License to Chill , released on July 13, , sold , copies in its first week of release according to Nielsen Soundscan. With this, Buffett topped the U. Buffett continues to tour every year, although he has shifted recently to a more relaxed schedule of around 20—30 dates, with infrequent back-to-back nights, preferring to play only on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

This schedule provided the title of his live album. Buffett's rendition of "Silver Wings" on the same album was made as a tribute to Merle Haggard.

On April 20, , a double CD of performances recorded during the and tours called Encores was released exclusively at Walmart, Walmart. Of the over 30 albums Jimmy Buffett has released, as of October , eight are Gold albums and nine are Platinum or Multiplatinum.

Buffett has performed at the Xfinity Center amphitheater formerly known as Great Woods in Mansfield, Massachusetts, 61 times, the most of any venue in his career. Buffett began calling his music "drunken Caribbean rock 'n' roll" as he says on his live album You Had To Be There. Later, Buffett himself and others have used the term "Gulf and Western" to describe his musical style and that of other similar-sounding performers. A music critic described Buffett's music as a combination of "tropical languor with country funkiness into what some [have] called the Key West sound, or Gulf-and-western.

Other performers identified as Gulf and Western are often deliberately derivative of Buffett's musical style and some are tribute bands , or in the case of Greg "Fingers" Taylor , a former member of Buffett's Coral Reefer Band. Buffett has written three number-one best sellers. His memoir A Pirate Looks at Fifty , published in , went straight to number one on the New York Times Best Seller nonfiction list, making him one of the few authors to have reached number one on both the fiction and nonfiction lists.

The original hardcover release of The Jolly Mon included a cassette tape recording of the two reading the story accompanied by an original score written by Michael Utley. The book was a New York Times best seller soon after its release. Buffett wrote the soundtrack for, and co-produced and played a role in, the film Hoot , directed by Wil Shriner and based on the book by Carl Hiaasen , which focused on issues important to Buffett, such as conservation.

The film was not a critical or commercial success. He also made cameo appearances as himself in Rancho Deluxe for which he also wrote the music and in FM. Buffett reportedly was offered a cameo role in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl , but declined the offer. Buffett appeared in an episode of Hawaii Five-0 in November Another character mentioned that he preferred "margaritas"; Buffett's character replied, "Can't argue with you there.

Buffett made a cameo in the film Jurassic World , where he is seen holding two margaritas while the dinosaurs are set loose in the park. Buffett has taken advantage of his name and the fan following for his music to launch several business ventures, usually with a tropical theme. In the fall of , he started Mailboat Records to release live albums. In , Buffett launched a cooperative project with the Anheuser-Busch brewing company to produce beer under the Margaritaville Brewing label called LandShark Lager. Phase one of the community will have homes with a potential of 6, homes, once the project is completed.

Buffett wrote the music and lyrics and Wouk wrote the book for the show. Don't Stop the Carnival debuted in Miami, Florida in to negative reviews from critics. In response, the producers approached Buffett and told him that Wouk needed to be fired and a more experienced playwright needed to rewrite Wouk's script. Buffett refused to remove Wouk from the project and any further productions of the show were canceled.

Buffett turned the show into an album that was released in The show then performed limited runs in New Orleans , Houston , and Chicago , and was well received by critics. The show features a book by Greg Garcia and Mike O'Malley and uses Buffett's classic songs, some of which he rewrote the lyrics to in order to better fit in the context of the story.

The show began previews at the Marquis Theatre on Broadway on February 16, and officially opened on March 15 under the direction of Tony winner Christopher Ashley.

The Broadway production received mixed reviews from New York critics. In June that same year, the producers announced that the production would close on July 1 after 29 previews and regular performances. Along with the announcement of the show's Broadway closing, it was announced that a national tour would launch in Providence, Rhode Island , in the fall of Buffett has been involved in many charity efforts.

One of the two manatees trained to interact with researchers at Mote Marine Laboratory is named Buffett after the singer. On November 23, , Buffett raised funds with his Surviving the Storm hurricane relief concert in Orlando, Florida, to provide relief for hurricane victims in Florida, Alabama and the Caribbean affected by the four major hurricanes that year. This was his first concert in Hong Kong and it sold out within weeks.

Not only did Buffett perform for the groundlings for free, but he also paid for the concertgoers' tequila and beer. The concert was Buffett's response to the BP oil disaster in the Gulf.

The concert was aired on CMT television. The 35, free tickets were given away within minutes to help draw people back to Alabama's beaches. The concert featured Jesse Winchester and Allen Toussaint. The suit also alleged that Buffett's "blasphemous" rendition presented to the public a distorted impression of Lord Buckley. In January , Buffett's Grumman HU airplane named Hemisphere Dancer was shot at by Jamaican police, who believed the craft to be smuggling marijuana.

The aircraft sustained minimal damage. The Jamaican government acknowledged the mistake and apologized to Buffett, who penned the song " Jamaica Mistaica " for his Banana Wind album based on the experience. The plane from the incident is now at Orlando City Walk's Margaritaville. Buffett's song " Math Suks " caused a brief media frenzy. The song was in fact promptly condemned by the US National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the National Education Association for its alleged negative effect on children's education.

After the game, referee Joe Forte said that he ordered him moved during the fourth quarter because "there was a little boy sitting next to him and a lady sitting by him. He used some words he knows he shouldn't have used. On October 6, , it was reported that Buffett had been detained by French customs officials in Saint Tropez for allegedly carrying over pills of ecstasy. A spokesperson for Buffett stated the pills in question were prescription drugs , but declined to name the drug or the health problem for which he was being treated.

Buffett released a statement that the "ecstasy" was in fact a B-vitamin supplement known as Foltx. The "Big 8" were:. With the success of the Alan Jackson duet "It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere", and the rising popularity of " One Particular Harbour ", the list of songs played at most shows went from 8 to Other notable songs that are played at many shows are " Son of a Son of a Sailor ", Van Morrison 's " Brown Eyed Girl " and Crosby, Stills and Nash 's " Southern Cross ", bringing the total number of songs played at the vast majority of concerts since to Many of the appearances had short set lists such as guesting on television shows.

A concert-goer said, "He just went over to the edge of the stage, like he had numerous times through the night, just to wave, and people were throwing stuffed toys and things at him. And he just took one step too many and just disappeared in a flash. He didn't have time to put his arms out to save himself or anything, he just dropped. Gordian Fulde treated Buffett at the scene. Fulde said, "I thought he'd broken his neck I heard the clunk of his head on a metal ledge, he has a deep gash on his scalp, which is all right now But at first I thought: this guy is going to be a spinal injury.

Buffett regained consciousness within a few minutes.



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