Jimmy Buffett talked about his latest album “Songs You Don’t Know By Heart” on NBC’s the Today Show
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From the Palm Beach Post: “Jimmy Buffett, wife sell house in Palm Beach for $6.9 million“
“Margaritaville” singer Jimmy Buffett and his wife, Jane, have sold one of their Palm Beach houses for $6.9 million, the price recorded Monday with the deed.
The Buffetts bought the house at 309 Garden Road on the town’s North End for just under $5 million in December 2011.
The Buffetts sold the house to Warren B. Kanders and his wife, Allison Kanders, the deed shows. The couple have a home in Greenwich, Conn., courthouse records show.
With architecture that has been described as “island contemporary,” the three-bedroom house was built in 2003 with 4,783 square feet of living space, inside and out, property records show.
The most recent sales listing for the house described it as an “ultra-chic custom-built home of exquisite architecture. Soaring ceilings and mahogany framed glass doors and windows make it always light and bright with garden and pool views from every room.”
A previous sales listing referred to the house having a “Zen-like retreat feeling” and a layout suited to an indoor/outdoor lifestyle “befitting a tropical resort.”
The property includes a guest suite above a two-car garage and comes with deeded beach access at Eden Road with additional beach access at Via Marila.
Delaney Buffett is a special guest on The Paul Leslie Hour. If there was one good thing about 2020, it is the “Song You Don’t Know By Heart” video series. It’s been one of the audio visual media events of the year.
For singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett, the concept was simple and unprecedented. He would tell the story behind one of his lesser-known songs and then perform it “unplugged.” The director and mysterious woman behind the project is filmmaker Delaney Buffett.
Talk about an interesting and thought-provoking interview. At times profound and other times more entertaining, it was great to get to know Delaney Buffett. Watch the video interview right here on The Paul Leslie Hour.
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!”
From Rolling Stone: Hear Jimmy Buffett Reimagine Classic Deep Cut ‘Delaney Talks to Statues’
Jimmy Buffett has released a new version of his 1994 song, “Delaney Talks to Statues,” from his upcoming album, Songs You Don’t Know by Heart, out November 27th via Mailboat Records.
The reimagined song, as well as the rest of Songs You Don’t Know by Heart, was borne out of a video series Buffett and his daughter, Delaney, launched during the coronavirus quarantine. On social media, fans had begun chatting about what Buffett deep cuts they’d like to hear the musician revisit, and soon Delaney began filming her father performing acoustic versions of the songs fans were most eager to hear.
While the performances in those videos were bare-bones acoustic renditions, the versions on Songs You Don’t Know by Heart — a nod to Buffett’s 1985 greatest hits comp Songs You Know by Heart — feature some additional instrumentation. Buffett’s acoustic guitar remains at the heart of each track, as the new version of “Delaney Talks to Statutes” illustrates, but there’s some tidy drumming, bass and plenty of sweet harmonies to flesh it out.
“It’s been a large silver lining to spend this time with Delaney revisiting these songs and having the time to recall the inspirations behind them,” Buffett tells Rolling Stone. “We now actually do know the songs we didn’t know by heart, steered by our fans’ love of songs beyond the ‘Big 12.’”
Songs You Don’t Know by Heart was produced by Buffett’s long-time Coral Reefer Band bandmate Mac McAnally. It also features the group’s guitarist Peter Mayer and Eric Darken on percussion.
Paul Leslie has a review of Jimmy Buffett’s video series: “Songs You Don’t Know By Heart — A Series of Storytelling & Songs“
For the faithful, they know these songs by heart. Storytelling is at the forefront of what he does, and his ability to generate a sense of wonder with his songs is unparalleled. If you ever needed proof, just witness him in concert. Whether performing spontaneously at a bar in Key West or some beach somewhere, or the way most people experience him, at a sold-out amphitheater on some summer day, year after year. You’ll no doubt see the crowd hanging onto every word. Jimmy Buffett is the ultimate storyteller.