posted March 28th, 2011 at 8:29 pm
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Great Shows: Jam with Jimmy Buffett and Dave Matthews Band tickets, rock with Radiohead!
TMZ conducted a live interview with Charlie Sheen today at his L.A. home and 19 minutes in he quotes Jimmy Buffett when asked if he’d hit rock bottom:
“Rock bottom? That’s a fishing term. Doesn’t Jimmy Buffett sing ‘down to rock bottom again?’ Love me some Jimmy Buffett. Yeah man, pirate looks at forty.”
(skip to 19:00)
Jimmy Johnson’s ‘Arlo and Janis’ comic strip poked fun at Jimmy’s fall today:
(hat tip Steve for passing this along)
According to Radio Margaritaville DJ JD Spradlin, Jimmy Buffett has been stitched up and released from the hospital:
TMZ has video of the frightening fall. Watch here.
Alfred Music Publishing proudly expands its collection of Jimmy Buffett sheet music with a new ukulele songbook, featuring easy ukulele arrangements to many of his best-loved songs.
Uke ‘An Play Jimmy Buffett contains twenty “Parrothead” classics arranged for easy ukulele, including “Cheeseburger in Paradise,” “Come Monday,” “Margaritaville,” “Off to See the Lizard,” “Why Don’t We Get Drunk,” and many more. Each of the songs is presented in a simple, easy-to-play ukulele arrangement featuring both music notation and TAB, including chord grids, vocal parts, and lyrics.
Uke ‘An Play Jimmy Buffett is now available for $16.99. Pick up your copy at a local music retail store, or buy it today at alfred.com.
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