Jimmy on CNN

November 29th, 2004

Jimmy did an interview with Kyra Phillips on Live on CNN Monday afternoon. They discussed his new book, A Salty Piece of Land, his first album Down to Earth, the Florabama, his spiritual side, and Key West among other topics.

Buffett will also stop by the Today Show tomorrow (the 30th) where he will do an interview and perform the song “A Salty Piece of Land” that will be included on a CD with the novel. He can also be seen on Regis and Kelly on Thursday, Dec. 2nd.

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Jimmy on the Today Show

November 29th, 2004

Jimmy Buffett stopped by the Today Show on Tuesday morning. He chatted with Matt Lauer about his new book, A Salty Piece of Land that came out today. He also performed the song “A Salty Piece of Land” with Ralph, Robert, Mac, and Mike Utley helping him out.

You can watch video of the entire interview and performance by clicking here

Buy “A Salty Piece of Land” Now!

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Buffett May Play Wrigley Field

November 29th, 2004

The Chicago Cubs are exploring the possibility of holding rock concerts at Wrigley Field every other year, beginning as early as Labor Day 2005.

Buffett, a diehard Cubs fans who has already sung the national anthem and “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” at Wrigley, is the likely opening act. He played at Fenway Park last season.

Read the whole article here.

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Wisconsin State Journal Article on Peter Mayer

November 27th, 2004

There is an article in the Wisconsin State Journal on Buffett guitarist Peter Mayer.

It isn’t surprising that singer, songwriter and guitarist Peter Mayer, born to Christian missionaries, would end up playing concerts at churches across the United States.

But his other job is more unexpected. Each year, Mayer plays lead guitar at sold-out arenas and amphitheaters for an oft-hedonistic crowd of “Parrotheads” as part of Jimmy Buffett’s Coral Reefer Band.

Read the whole article here

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Orlando Sentinel Review of Tuesday’s Concert

November 26th, 2004

The Orlando Sentinel has a review of Tuesday night’s Hurrican Relief Concert at the TD Waterhouse Centre.

After 35 years on the road, Jimmy Buffett says he never really knows what’s going to happen on any given night.

At least that’s what he told the sold-out crowd at Tuesday’s hurricane-relief benefit concert at the TD Waterhouse Centre. At the time, he was watching crew members wrangle a giant shark dirigible from the arena rafters, an extravagant prop for the concert staple “Fins” that the singer boasted was designed by Parrot Heads at NASA.

Read the whole review here.

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