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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Concert Review

posted June 6th, 2006 at 12:06 am

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by Josh Martin

John Young of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has written a review of Buffett’s Tuesday night concert:

Performing at the Post-Gazette Pavilion Tuesday night, Jimmy Buffett warned parents who brought their children to the show that he was about to play his raunchy chestnut “Why Don’t We Get Drunk (and Screw).” Except Buffett introduced the tune as “Why Don’t We Get Lunch (at School).” And sang that revised refrain throughout the song.

Even as Buffett hyped “Hoot” by performing the soundtrack song “Floridays” and running a between-set video of the film’s “Good Guys Win,” he couldn’t resist trumpeting what he felt was a subversive musical move. He noted that his cover of “Werewolves of London” is “only in the movie for about 20 seconds,” but felt that placing a cover of Warren Zevon’s great surreal hit in a film for children proved a triumph of sorts.

Read the entire review here.


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Tours Rolls Through Charlotte

posted June 5th, 2006 at 12:07 am

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by Josh Martin

The Party At The End Of The World Tour rolled into Charlotte, North Carolina on Sunday night. It was another damp evening, but Jimmy put on a great show, mixing up the set list from previous shows.

View the set list here, which included rarely played songs like Coastal Confessions, Coast of Carolina, and Nautical Wheelers.

Did you attend the show? Post your pictures in the Photo Gallery or add your comments about the show on the Discussion Board.

The tour continues on Tuesday in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania.


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Cincinnati Enquirer Article on Buffett

posted June 5th, 2006 at 12:07 am

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by Josh Martin

The Cincinnati Enquirer has an article on Buffett coming to town on Thursday:

Buffett brings his Party at the End of the World tour to town Thursday evening for a sold-out show in front of 20,500 folks at Riverbend. Like every one of his shows here since the mid-’80s, he sold out in a matter of minutes. This promises to be one of the busiest, most raucous parties of the year.

If you’re not going to the concert, there’s still a way to enjoy the Buffett experience. That would be the second annual “Where It All BEGANniversary,” Party with a Purpose II, a six-hour extravaganza at Coney Island’s Moonlite Gardens.

Read about the BEGANniversary along with the rest of the article here.


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Buffett Plays Damp Show in Atlanta

posted June 3rd, 2006 at 12:08 am

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by Josh Martin

The second leg of the Party At The End Of The World Tour kicked off Friday night at the HiFi Buys Amphitheater in Atlanta, Georgia. It was a damp show with Buffett not playing an intermission due to the rain.

Noteworthy songs from the set list included “Tampico Trauma”, last played in 2004 and Mac’s “The City”, last played in 2005. View the entire set list from the show here.

Did you attend the show? Post your pictures in the Photo Gallery or add your comments about the show on the Discussion Board.

The tour continues on Sunday in Charlotte, North Carolina.


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Buffett Does Duet For Little Feat

posted June 2nd, 2006 at 12:08 am

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by Josh Martin

The Star-Ledger has an article on Little Feat that mentions that Buffett has recorded a duet for their new album:

Murphy says the band has been working on an album that would feature new versions of old Little Feat songs with guest singers as well as new material.

She revealed only one duet partner: Jimmy Buffett, at whose Key West studio the album’s basic tracks were recorded. But she promised the album will be “a big free-for-all, like Jimmy’s last record (the 2004 guest-filled ‘License To Chill’).”

Read the whole article here.


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