Jimmy on The Today Show Christmas Eve

posted December 13th, 2010 at 5:41 pm

5 Comments »
by Josh Martin

As we reported last month, Jimmy Buffett will appear on The Today Show this month. The date? Christmas Eve (Dec. 24th).

Joining Jimmy will be Robert Greenidge and the rest of the Coral Reefer Band. They’ll perform “Winter Wonderland” from Robert’s “A Coral Reefer Christmas”.

A Coral Reefer Christmas is a collection of holiday songs by Robert Greenidge, along with other members of the Coral Reefer Band. Jimmy and Nadirah provide guest vocals for “Winter Wonderland” on the album.

Preview the tracks and get the album at Amazon for just $7.99.


Tagged in Special Appearances, Television

  • D2j2flanders

    How do we get fan passes for this show? Searched on Today show website and there’s not a page for this concert. If anyone knows how, please share :)

    • ST

      I don’t think tickets are required. It’s free & open to the public. On a regular, non-concert day one can just walk up to the corner window behind the hosts’ desk or line up along barricades which cordon off a zone for the hosts to interview the crowd. For shows they set up a stage in the plaza; you (obviously) just have to go early to set a good spot. Good luck; wish I was going!

  • D2j2flanders

    How do we get fan passes for this show? Searched on Today show website and there’s not a page for this concert. If anyone knows how, please share :)

    • ST

      I don’t think tickets are required. It’s free & open to the public. On a regular, non-concert day one can just walk up to the corner window behind the hosts’ desk or line up along barricades which cordon off a zone for the hosts to interview the crowd. For shows they set up a stage in the plaza; you (obviously) just have to go early to set a good spot. Good luck; wish I was going!

    • ST

      I don’t think tickets are required. It’s free & open to the public. On a regular, non-concert day one can just walk up to the corner window behind the hosts’ desk or line up along barricades which cordon off a zone for the hosts to interview the crowd. For shows they set up a stage in the plaza; you (obviously) just have to go early to set a good spot. Good luck; wish I was going!

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