Jimmy Buffett tickets are on everyone’s mind. He’s back! This time, it’s the Bama Breeze tour to promote his latest album, “Live at Texas Stadium.” After spellbinding the audience with his laid back tunes of “Margaritaville” and the frisky tunes of “Cheeseburger in Paradise”, Jimmy Buffett has once again cast the magical charm of his music all over again.
All About Jimmy Buffett Tickets
On April 9, 2008, Jimmy had created a sensation as he took over the stage at Westgate Center Margaritaville Café, located in Glendale, Arizona. It was a tailgate show as well as concert. The pre-show tailgate party was handled by Miles Hampton. As the clock struck 9:00pm Eastern (local time 6:00pm), the crowd was in a frenzy! Jimmy was there to set the stage on fire!
You can’t even imagine the number of Jimmy Buffett tickets that had been sold for this café concert! It was a haven for party animals! Every Jimmy Buffett fan knows that attending his concert is no less than having a blast!
The birth name of this charismatic personality is James William. He’s multi-talented – he sings, writes lyrics, writes books, does business, and has recently produced a movie! He’s famous for his “island escapism” style of living. His biggest hit has been “Margaritaville.” The song has found a place at number 234 in the list of “Songs of the Century”! Jimmy Buffett’s band is called the Coral Reefer Band. His fans are known as Parrotheads!
Jimmy owns a couple of restaurant chains. They are named after his most celebrated songs, “Margaritaville” and “Cheeseburger in Paradise.” His first album was a folk rock titled “Down to Earth.” It was released in 1970. Till October 2007, Jimmy Buffett had 30 albums to his credit. Out of this, 8 are Gold Albums and 9 are Platinum or Multi-Platinum.
Do you know that before 2003, songs included at every show of Jimmy Buffett were called the Big 8? The Big 8 included:
Cheeseburger in Paradise
A Pirate Looks At Forty
Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes
Why Don’t We Get Drunk
However, since 2007, the last song has not been played live. Since Buffett’s song “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere”, which was a duet with Alan Jackson, became a huge success, it has been added in the list of Big 8, along with the hit song “One Particular Harbor.” So, now the songs are 10 in number.
Jimmy Buffett and his band are well-known for their concerts. And their concerts are known for their rapidly vanishing Jimmy Buffett tickets as well! Most of the concerts feature 26-30 songs and two distinct encores.
In case you missed the April 9 concert at Margaritaville café, don’t worry. The concert is scheduled to be broadcast across the world on radiomargaritavill.com. It will reach the North American audience on SIRIUS Satellite Radio Channel 31.
But, next time, be alert for Buffett concert! Or else you may not get Jimmy Buffett tickets, for they vanish in seconds!