Warrior Surf Foundation 5th Annual Surfboard Auction

Warrior Surf Foundation will host its 5th Annual Surfboard Auction & Raffle at Bohemian Bull on August 28th from 6 pm to 9 pm. The nonprofit works to provide free surf therapy, yoga, wellness classes, and community to Veterans struggling with PTSD and other mental health challenges.

From now through August 28th, surfers can go online and bid on a collection of three autographed boards from music legend Jimmy Buffett’s private quiver. A variety of other items like a three-night stay at Swell Guatemala and a week vacation on Folly Beach will also be up for auction. Bidding ends on August 28th at 8 pm.

One hundred percent of all bids and raffle tickets sold will go directly to Warrior Surf Foundation. By bidding and purchasing tickets, participants will not only help to provide critical services to our nation’s veterans, but they will assist in spreading awareness about the mental health crisis facing so many who have served our country.

To view items, place bids and purchase raffle tickets, visit https://warriorsurf.rallyup.com/boardauction

Virtual Action to include autographed Buffett Guitar

Looking for extraordinary one-of-a-kind items this holiday season? Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts is hosting a Virtual Holiday Silent Auction that will encompass a variety of incredible collectible items and experience packages.

There will be a VIP presale with buy-it-now items that is open to Bay Street Theater Patrons and Subscribers starting Thursday, November 19, through Saturday, November 21. The Virtual Holiday Silent Auction will open to the public on Sunday, November 22 and bidding will culminate on Tuesday, December 1, or Giving Tuesday, a day held in support of a global generosity movement.

“This year’s silent auction features so many exciting items and experiences for people to bid on!” relayed Bay Street Executive Director, Tracy Mitchell. “Items such as a Vespa scooter, tickets to see Billy Joel in concert, a signed guitar from Jimmy Buffett, yachting excursions, travel packages, local tours, and so much more!”

Jimmy Buffett to perform at Jake Owen’s benefit show

Jake Owen is heading back to his hometown for an important cause. The “Down to the Honky Tonk” singer has announced that he’ll be hosting his ninth benefit concert in his hometown of Vero Beach, Fla., to raise money for his charitable organization, The Jake Owen Foundation.

The two-day event, titled the Jake Owen Homemade Weekend, will take place Nov. 2 and include a special acoustic concert featuring Owen and music icon Jimmy Buffett, along with Owen’s annual golf tournament and a silent auction. Newcomer Matt Stell will also perform during the acoustic show, as will several of Owen’s songwriter friends, including industry titan Craig Wiseman (Tim McGraw’s “Live Like You Were Dying” and Blake Shelton’s “Boys Round Here”), longtime George Strait collaborator Dean Dillon, Mac McAnally (who’s scored cuts by Buffett and Ronnie Dunn), Scotty Emerick (who’s behind several of Toby Keith’s hits) and Real Country contestant Larry Fleet.

Buffett’s message for Crossing for a Cure

Watch Jimmy Buffett’s message for the upcoming Crossing for a Cure which takes place Fathers day weekend (June 15th, 2019) to benefit Cystic Fibrosis. Crossing For A Cure is a long-distance endurance paddle challenge and international championship that takes paddlers 80 miles across the Gulf Stream from Bimini in the Bahamas back to the Florida mainland in Lake Worth. Buffett is Advisor to the Board, for the Piper’s Angels Foundation and Crossing For Cystic Fibrosis.

Buffett and Caroline Jones video premiere: “Breathe In, Breathe Out, Move On”

From Yahoo Entertainment: Last November, a group of musicians came together for a very special cause: the Trying to Reason Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert in Tallahassee, Fla., which was assembled with the hope of assisting communities in Florida, Puerto Rico, and other islands affected by hurricanes in 2017.

Yahoo Entertainment is pleased to debut the duet between singer-songwriter Caroline Jones and legendary entertainer Jimmy Buffett, “Breathe In, Breathe Out, Move On,” from this benefit for fans to enjoy. The song will be available for download Feb. 2 here, and a portion of the proceeds from the sales will be donated to Singing for Change for their continuing efforts for the hurricane victims.

Jones noted of the collaboration: “Jimmy is authentic to his message through and through. Nowhere is that more evident than in the lyrics of ‘Breathe In, Breathe Out, Move On,’ which is a song about the beauty and resilience of the human spirit in life’s challenging times. Performing the song at the Trying to Reason Hurricane Benefit was a goose-bump moment for me. I’m so honored to be able to share it with the world, in hopes that the song will inspire others the way it has inspired me.”

“This is for all of us right now,” Buffett added. “That’s the way you get through anything in life — breathe in, breathe out, move on.”

You can still help with relief efforts in these areas. Check here for options to donate.

Hanging Out at Le Select

In support of our friends in the Caribbean who have suffered so much from hurricanes, singer-songwriter Keith Sykes and the author of the Buck Reilly Island Adventure series, John Cunningham have co-written a new single, “Hanging Out at Le Select”, that Keith has recorded. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of “Hanging Out at Le Select” will be dedicated to recovery efforts in the Caribbean. Islands have been destroyed, and lives disrupted. “Threads of all the moments, unravel in the air” at Le Select, and in our hearts over these storms. The song will be available by download and as a single. Watch Keith and John’s Facebook pages for details availability, or ask them about it at MOTM in Key West this weekend. Thank you for your support to help the people of the islands recover.