posted July 26th, 2006 at 8:31 am
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The Official MLB website for the Chicago Cubs has an article on the Live at Wrigley DVD entitled “Parrotheads Rejoice.”
“You always find time for baseball,” Buffett said recently in an exclusive interview with MLB.com. “I think probably a day at the park with my dad was one of the great influences on me in trying to get a job where I could get a balance of work and play time. And it was lucky enough that it worked out that way.”
Luckily for Parrotheads, Jimmy Buffett — Live At Wrigley Field has it all covered. The two nights of concerts at the 92-year-old ivy-covered ballpark marked the first concerts in the yard’s well-documented history.
And to borrow a phrase from the most famous Cub in history, “Mr. Cub” Ernie Banks, “Let’s play two.”
The double-disc set is approximately 2 hours, 45 minutes long and contains 26 songs, plus bonus footage and some surprises.
Read the entire article here.
Also, check out the Jimmy Buffett Page on MLB.com. There are video clips from the DVD, photos, and an interview with MLB’s Doug Miller.
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