In the latest “Songs You Don’t Know By Heart” video Jimmy Buffett performs the song “Tin Cup Chalice“. The song was last performed live on August 10th, 2019.
Congratulations to Jimmy Buffett and Mac McAnally for being inducted into Mississippi Songwriters Hall of Fame.
A video of the virtual 2020 Hall of Fame Induction is available at mssongwritersfestival.com
From Last Mango Boatworks: Mr Jimmy Buffett putting the heat on his 100” bluefin with 60 pounds of drag. After about an hour long tug of war, she was released to fight another day. With Capt Vinnie Lasorsa at the helm and jj1221g at JB’s side, they landed the giant using a live mackerel with 180 pound fluoro, a 11/0 circle hook and a Shimano Tiagra 130
For this week’s “Songs You Don’t Know By Heart” video Jimmy Buffett performs the song “The Night I Painted The Sky“. The song was last performed live on November 6, 1999 at the Le Select 50th Anniversay Show in Gustavia.
Listen to an interview with Mac McAnally on The Paul Leslie Hour.
Singer-Songwriter & Coral Reefer Mac McAnally is a returning guest on The Paul Leslie Hour. Along with discussing his new album “Once in a Lifetime,” he talks about his friendship with Jimmy Buffett and the under-rated song they wrote together “Love in the Library.” It’s a light-hearted, down to earth talk with one of the most respected men in music. Download or stream the show here: The Paul Leslie Hour.
On Friday, the country band — comprising Mike Eli, James Young, Jon Jones and Chris Thompson — dropped the “Fins Up” version of “Saltwater Gospel,” featuring a verse from Buffett himself.
“To have Jimmy Buffett now sing on it was just surreal,” Young tells PEOPLE exclusively. “The ocean has always been his muse and for him to grace us on this project has been amazing. When I heard him tag ‘A Pirate Looks at 40’ at the end, it raised the hairs on my arm. “
Buffett, 73, loved the song since it first came out — and when asked to join the track, he agreed without hesitation.
“When (producer and collaborator) Mac McAnally called me a few weeks ago and said there was an idea for me to sing with the Eli Young Band, I said yes immediately,” Buffett said. “I love the band. I love the fact that they have great roots in Denton, Texas and [University of North Texas] and I can’t wait to get on the road one day and play it with them.”
“What a humble, down-to-earth and kind guy!” Young said. “Never in a million years would I have thought I’d be sitting in my living room chatting it up with Jimmy Buffett. I was a little nervous to be honest, because we are all big fans.”