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Buffett Plays at Baz Bar on New Year’s Eve

posted January 1st, 2015 at 9:23 pm

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by Josh

Jimmy Buffett hit one of his favorite nightlife spots on New Year’s Eve: Baz Bar on the island of St. Barth, where he owns a home.

A couple videos of him performing are on YouTube:

“Brown Eyed Girl”


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Buffett Expresses Support for Two Florida Amendments

posted October 31st, 2014 at 7:59 pm

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by Josh

Jimmy Buffett recently recorded a video at his home in Florida, expressing his support for two amendments on the ballot next Tuesday in the state of Florida.

Amendment 1 is known as the Florida Water and Land Conservation Initiative, and Amendment 2 is the Florida Right to Medical Marijuana Initiative.

Buffett describes his support for both initiatives in the video below. With amendment 2, Buffett talks about how using medical marijuana helped him recover from his injuries after the stage fall in Australia.

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Watch Jimmy Surf in Australia

posted September 2nd, 2014 at 5:24 pm

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If you’ve browsed around on Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville.tv, you may have seen this video already. It being added to Youtube today caught our attention here at Buffettworld.

Enjoy a home video shot by Jimmy at one of his favorite surf breaks – Byron Bay in Australia. As the old saying goes: it’s not how many times you fall down that matters. It’s that you keep getting back up!

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Watch Web Exclusive Videos from The Tonight Show

posted June 17th, 2014 at 11:49 pm

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Jimmy Buffett performed on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon from Orlando on Tuesday night.

Buffett sat down with Fallon for an interview, where they talked about the upcoming drive-in show among other topics.

The broadcast aired Buffett’s performance of “Volcano.” Two more songs are available via web exclusives:

Watch “Margaritaville”:

Watch Jimmy’s performance of “Jolly Mon Sing” at NBC.com and watch the full episode of The Tonight Show at Hulu.com.

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Margaritaville TV Website is Live

posted May 23rd, 2014 at 2:21 pm

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Margaritaville.TV, the new internet TV project from Jimmy Buffett is officially online! The launch coincides with the beginning of the This One’s For You Tour which kicks off in Virginia Beach on Saturday night. The show will be shown live beginning at 7:30pm EDT.

There are a number of videos you can watch now, including old concert footage, behind the scenes sessions, and some personal stuff like a 3 1/2 minute video of Jimmy flying two of his airplanes with GoPro’s mounted on the wings and tails.

Below is the welcome video for Margaritaville.TV:

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More of Buffett at Jazz Fest

posted May 3rd, 2014 at 8:46 pm

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The New Orleans Jazz Fest is in full swing and Jimmy Buffett has made a couple more appearances since grabbing a bowl of gumbo on Friday.

Buffett’s daughter Savannah is hosting some Jazz Fest programming again this year on AXS and recorded a spot with her dad at Margaritaville on Friday night. Watch the video here, which includes an acoustic performance of “Life is Just a Tire Swing.”

Then on Saturday Jimmy joined Allen Toussaint for a couple songs:

Photo by Chris Granger, The Times-Picayune

Allen Toussaint played songs spanning over half a century on New Orleans Jazz Fest’s Acura Stage Saturday afternoon. The hit parade was an autobiography in song, but like the career Toussaint’s set surveyed, the show wasn’t all about him.

An early highlight was “Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley,” the Toussaint original Robert Palmer took as the pop-funk title track of his 1974 debut, and that was followed by “Two Trains,” another party-pleasing Toussaint song popularized by someone other than him, in its case Little Feat.

Soon after Toussaint called Jimmy Buffett to the stage to sing lead on two songs: “Fortune Teller” (you may know Benny Spellman’s version, or perhaps Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’s) and “Wave Bye Bye,” the tender Jesse Winchester ballad that moved the dense early-day crowd (many obviously homesteading for Bruce Springsteen, who plays the same stage later) to sway in unison.

Read more at NOLA.com.

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