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Jimmy Buffett

Jimmy Buffett
Jimmy Buffett (December 25, 1946 - ) is a singer/songwriter, businessman and author who has had such hits as "Margaritaville" and "Cheeseburger in Paradise."
Jimmy Buffett (December 25, 1946 - ) is a singer/songwriter, businessman and author who has had such hits as "Margaritaville" and "Cheeseburger in Paradise." « Show less

Top Jimmy Buffett Articles

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  • Mix-Tape Friday February 26, 2010

    Crew Mix-Tapes: Garry's music: a. Computer Blue – Prince b. Darling Nikki – Prince c. I Would Die for You – Prince d. Switching to Glide – The Kings 1. Kevin's mixtape: 1. Start Wearing Purple – Gogol Bordello 2. Must Be the Moon - !!! 3. We'rewolf –...
  • Laura's List

    Neil Diamond "Cherry Cherry" Hot August Night (Live) Ludo "Love Me Dead" You're Awful, I Love You Neil Diamond "Delirious Love" 12 Songs (Limited Edition) P!nk "So What" So What - Single Neil Diamond "Sweet Caroline" Gold Nickelback "Photograph"...
  • Glory Days - Bob H - Videographer

    Bruce Springsteen, "Glory Days," Born in the U.S.A. Alan Jackson, "Five O'Clock Somewhere," Greatest Hits Volume II Jimmy Buffett, "Changes in Lattitudes, Changes in Attitude," Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes Def Leppard, "Pour Some...
  • Jimmy Buffett, mogul of Margaritaville

    LAS VEGAS (AP) - It's like the world's biggest beach party, hosted by the world's richest beach bum. The 15,000 fans packing the sold-out MGM Grand arena were enjoying the final concert of the season by Jimmy Buffett, the singer whose popularity and...
  • Wells Fargo Cancels Pricey Las Vegas Junket Amid Criticism

    LOS ANGELES - Wells Fargo & Co. first defended, then canceled, a pricey Las Vegas casino junket for employees after being accused of misusing $25 billion in taxpayer bailout money. The company initially defended the trip after it was revealed that...
  • Politicians unite in hypocrisy, in generosity

    Today we have another round of hugs and slugs — for everyone from politicians who are uniting to help needy kids to politicians who are united in their hypocrisy. And we'll top it all off with a few thoughts from readers, and even Jimmy Buffett....
  • Obama, Clinton Among Mourners At Memorial For Walter Cronkite

    Obama, Clinton Among Mourners At Memorial For Walter Cronkite
    President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton were just two of the speakers who took part in a memorial service Wednesday at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall to pay homage to late, legendary newsman Walter Cronkite. The President concluded...
  • Colts Win 27-23

    Colts Win 27-23
    MIAMI (AP) - While the Miami Dolphins' celebrities were making a Hollywood-style grand entrance, Peyton Manning slipped in a side door. Manning threw two touchdown passes to take some sheen off the Dolphins' glitzy makeover under new owner Stephen Ross,...
  • Escape to Florida's lesser-known islands

    Escape to Florida's lesser-known islands
    Because you get there by causeway, you've got to know that Miami Beach is an island. So are Palm Beach, Key West, Sanibel, Amelia and Marco, to name a few of Florida's popular resorts. But the state has a lot of less-known islands that are also worth...
  • A "Mayberry" for the rich and famous

    A "Mayberry" for the rich and famous
    Millionaires and billionaires can live anywhere, so what's so special about this 2.4 square-mile city of 11,020 people that sits snug between Federal Highway and the Intracoastal Waterway? Driving along U.S. 1 at Sample Road, if you didn't already know...
  • Florida, get bolder with tourism ads

    And the winner is … Fort Myers and Sanibel Island. The Southwest Florida tourist sanctuary achieved a pinnacle moment in advertising circles last week when its campaign to show its oil-free beaches generated enough noise to warrant a story...