Buffett performed on “A Capital Fourth” on PBS

Jimmy Buffett performed yesterday on “A Capital Fourth” on PBS. The cast of “Escape to Margaritaville” performed “License To Chill”, “Cheeseburger In Paradise”, “One Particular Harbour”, and “Fins”. Jimmy Buffett joined the cast for “Margaritaville”.

Later when the Beach Boys performed Jimmy joined them for the songs “Kokomo” and “Fun, Fun, Fun”.

A video of the full show is now available. Buffett introduces the Escape to Margaritaville cast 13 minutes into the video. His performance with the Beach Boys begins at 1 hour 7 minutes.

Bruce Johnston (Beach Boys), Tara Palmeri (ABC News correspondent), and Jimmy Buffett

Bruce Johnson, Michael Colbert, John Stamos, Mike Love, and Jimmy Buffett

Watch Jimmy Buffett perform on A Capital Fourth

On July 4th, the 38th annual PBS Capitol Fourth Concert salutes the men and women in uniform, as well as their families, on Independence Day. The free concert will be held on the U.S. Capitol’s west lawn. John Stamos is the host of “A Capitol Fourth“, which airs on PBS from 8 to 9:30 p.m. ET.

Extra special this year will be a proposed Beach Boys duet with island music icon Jimmy Buffett, who’s also bringing the cast of his new Broadway musical “Escape to Margaritaville.”

“We’ve talked to Jimmy Buffett about joining us on ‘Kokomo,'” Mike Love said. “I can’t be 100 percent sure until we’ve actually done it, but the talk is leading in that direction. I think that would be a lot of fun. … I think we’ll split the leads. We’re going to record our version of it and then send it to him, just to give him an idea of where we want him to come in.”

Buffett and The Eagles perform in Denver

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band performed on Thursday night at Coors Field in Denver CO. The set list from the show is now available.

From 303 Magazine: “Review – The Eagles’ Performance Matched the Denver Heat

Since the ’70s, The Eagles have been known as one of America’s most popular bands. The group has gone through decades of ups and downs, including member changes and deaths, record-breaking album sales and more than one reunion tour. After their infamously messy breakup in 1980, Eagles fans rejoice in pleasant shock every time the band graces a stage in their area. In 2018, they brought another reunion, this time to a scorching hot Coors Field along with Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band.

Jimmy Buffett is a man of all trades, having careers in music, writing and restaurant ownership, but at Coors Field last night his expertise remained solely of the tropic-rock kind. While the Caribbean-rock creator entered the stage on time, which is foreign to island-folk, Buffett’s ensemble channeled a fresh-off-the-boat look, with a blue, airy button up and a lack of footwear. Beach balls catapulted all over the atmosphere on the floor while intricate backdrops showcased scenes of the ocean, beach and all things tropical, which felt appropriate in 105-degree heat.

No one can accuse Jimmy Buffett of not knowing how to throw a good time, and his performance last night was continued proof that this sailor’s still got it. “Pencil Thin Mustache,” one of the first bits of the set, garnered thousands of voices singing along, which echoed throughout the stadium. After the island vibes had flowed for a few more songs, Buffett brought out Jones to assist him in “Come Monday.” “Cheeseburger in Paradise” stole the show from his tracklisting of the night, which came as no surprise.

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Latitude Margaritaville Hilton Head Model Grand Opening June 30th

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Martin announces new Jimmy Buffett Custom guitar

C.F. Martin & Co has released a new “Jimmy Buffett Custom” guitar with a list price of $5999. Martin has released three other Buffett guitars, in 1998 with the Martin HD-18JB Jimmy Buffett Signature Edition, and in 2003 with the Martin Jimmy Buffett Shellback and Jimmy Buffett Pollywog Signature Editions.

Legendary artist and chief Parrothead Jimmy Buffett has used Martin guitars throughout his career, with multiple Martin signature models in his collection. Always looking for new and exciting instruments, Jimmy was inspired when he saw Chris Martin’s CEO-6 Black model from 2013. Along with his guitar tech, Dan Cook, Jimmy worked with the Martin Custom Shop to create a version of this guitar all his own. The result is a striking, sloped shoulder dreadnought, finished completely with black lacquer and Jimmy’s signature mother-of-pearl palm tree swaying in the breeze on the headstock. The Jimmy Buffett Custom includes a comfortable high-performance neck, a Fishman pickup, and a customized interior label bearing Jimmy Buffett’s signature.

Buffett to appear on Shark Week’s 30th Anniversary

Jimmy Buffett will appear on Shark Week’s 30th Anniversary which starts on Sunday July 22nd on the Discovery Channel. He recently spent the day filming for the show near Montauk.

Son of Jaws (working title) — “Over four decades ago, giant great white sharks off Long Island, New York gave rise to the legend of Jaws. But all those big sharks were caught and killed, and they disappeared — until now. With protection, the sons and daughters of Jaws are making a comeback. Dr. Craig O’Connell goes looking for the legendary monsters of Montauk to see if the bloodline of Jaws continues.”