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FutureStarrThe most popular Jimmy Buffett Songs
One of the most celebrated and successful American artists of all decade, Jimmy Buffett is without a doubt one of the most popular contemporary musicians today. His music is frequently considered to put on a carefree, warm and humorous spin on everyday events.
And now Buffett’s reach includes stage musicals — 1998’s “Don’t Stop The Carnival” and the new Broadway arrival “Escape To Margaritaville” — as well as best-selling novels. So we put down the margaritas for a moment to consider the 20 best Jimmy Buffett songs in his vast, 29-album catalog. (Source: www.billboard.com)
After all of the money that Buffett has raked in on his albums and music, most of his older and newer fanatics, both old and young, know and love his songs like "Margaritaville," "Volcano," and "Cheeseburger In Paradise". His first album had that timeless message of a good moment, barbecue, and "lucky day," yet he has been able to keep up with his music and maintain success over the years.
and an adopted son, Cameron Marley, and reside in Sag Harbor, New York, and West Palm Beach, Florida. They separated in the early 1980s, but reconciled in 1991. Buffett also owns a home in Saint Barts, a Caribbean island where he lived on and off in the early 1980s while he was part owner of the Autour de Rocher hotel and restaurant. He spends part of the summer traveling about the East Coast on his sailboat. An avid pilot, Buffett owns a Dassault Falcon 900 that he often uses while on concert tour and traveling worldwide. He has also owned a Boeing Stearman, Cessna Citation, Lake Amphibian, and Grumman Albatross. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)
Many of the songs that "Calypso" author Jimmy Buffett has recorded are so upbeat and fun that they are usually classified as an easy-listening or instrumental. However, some of Buffett's songs also contain content that is also important for people to hear. For example, "Seems Like Old moments is a widely covered song with a perspective on economic hard moments.
Buffett plays historian, as it were, on this good-humored, Caribbean-flavored ditty about the real-life — and at the time dormant — Soufriere Hills volcano on Montserrat, where he recorded during May of 1979. For the record, Soufriere woke up again during August of 1995. (Source: www.billboard.com)