Buffett sings ‘Son of a Son of a Sailor’ at Navy SEAL Evening of Tribute

Jimmy Buffett performed with Mac McAnally at the Palm Beach Navy SEAL Evening of Tribute back on April 6th at the Breakers Hotel.

Elliot Hershberg, Michael Kluger, and Matthew K. Smith were chairmen for the evening, which also included a welcome from event founder/chairwoman emeritus Rebecca Williams, a special performance “God Bless America” and “Son of a Son of a Sailor” by Jimmy Buffett, accompanied by Mac McAnally. There were remarks from Medal of Honor recipient Britt Slabinski and from Capt. Richard Phillips, who was rescued from Somali pirates by the Navy SEALs.

Vice Admiral Joe Maguire, who served 36 years as a Navy SEAL, and was director of National Intelligence, was the keynote speaker. He spoke about current global threats and dangers, and reminded the crowd that “Freedom isn’t that free.”

Something tells us that the guy wearing the Medal of Honor, who carried his wounded comrade down a mountainside for 14 hours already knows that. More than 600 people attended.

The event raised more than $1.7 million to benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation and the Navy SEAL Museum/Trident House in Fort Pierce.

This article originally appeared on Palm Beach Daily News: Jimmy Buffett sings at The Breakers Navy SEAL fundraiser in Palm Beach

6 thoughts on “Buffett sings ‘Son of a Son of a Sailor’ at Navy SEAL Evening of Tribute

  1. Sunlover still won’t download Buffett shows for Jokelben.

    Let someone else do it; he no longer cares.

    1. Yeah, how dare he not keep up with providing this time consuming and totally free service on your schedule? The nerve of that guy!

      You want someone else? Step right up and get to it son. When will you have the first show up?

        1. “Change your diaper” says the guy who’s pissing and moaning about something that someone else is providing to him 100% free of charge with zero effort on his part.

          Riiiiiiiiiight.

          1. He hasn’t downloaded anything since Sept. 2021.

            All I’m saying is let someone else do it, if he’s lost interest.

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