A Brief Paws For Mr Buffett


Thank you Jimmy Buffett for all the wonderful times. Now I understand why we had such an amazing sunset last night. Margaritas tonight. Maybe lunch, okay maybe mix some Cheerios into a blender this morning and.. Maybe a boat ride is a better idea


14 replies
  1. tparsons56
    tparsons56 says:

    I remember going to one of his concerts years ago and hours before the show started the parking lot was one big party with pools, tiki bars, parrot heads and fins everywhere. The concert itself was very high energy and the way he connected with his audience made him a great entertainer. Jimmy Buffet and boating just went hand in hand so he will be greatly missed but the legacy will live on. RIP Jimmy!

    • Wudzgud
      Wudzgud says:

      Yes tparsons56 those parking lot parties were incredible. That was the most fun I had with my pants on. But the ladies had a hard time keeping their tops on and pants up. There were a few concerts where we never went inside. You could hear the music and had more fun in the parking lot. And yes his energy was incredible.
      RIP Mr. Buffett!

  2. Floyd r turbo
    Floyd r turbo says:

    Every beach bar in Florida has a performer that covers his music. With a net worth north of $950 million and an annual income of $70 million, the Mayor of Margaritaville died way too young at 76. In the early 70’s before the “parrothead” craze, I took my date to his concert at an old converted grocery store concert venue where they served beer 🍺 in small buckets. Those came in handy when you drank way too many and … well you know the rest. RIP son of a sailor.

  3. Dick Dow
    Dick Dow says:

    I saw Jimmy in Chicago when I lived there in the mid-80’s. Had such a good time I didn’t make it to a Simon and Garfunkel concert the next night… I always play his “Live in Hawaii – Tiki Time Tour” CD when I’m working on my cruiser. I’ll miss his positivity and energy. Thank you Jimmy, for leaving us memories, smiles and wonderful music. You have left us too soon. Mahalo – RIP.

  4. Dennis J Mykols
    Dennis J Mykols says:

    Way too many of Jimmy’s songs mimic, sometime, some part, something that has happened in my 77 years on the water. RIP Jimmy, way too young to pass away.
    I can see every Labor Day Holiday weekend from now on be filled with nothing but Jimmy’s music…

  5. Troy in ANE
    Troy in ANE says:

    In 2017 Sandi & I took Gottago out to Cabbage Key (the home and inspiration for Cheeseburger in Paradise) after Dora and the St. John’s cruise.

    RIP Jimmy!

  6. Mark in Ohio ( sometimes da U P )
    Mark in Ohio ( sometimes da U P ) says:

    I have been off the grid for a week. But I do want to comment on Jimmy’s passing. What a legend he was. Anyone who has ever owned, or even been on a boat. Or been to a beach. Knows his music. I have seen him in concert three times. They were all a good time. I have been listening to a lot of his music lately. Two lines that describe it perfect are🎶 he’s somewhat on the ocean now, where he needs to be🎶 and the other one 🎶 I can see the day when my hairs full gray and I finally disappear 🎶 RIP Jimmy, you gave the word a lot of happiness.

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