When I was a senior in High School, I remember having to answer “If you could have dinner with any famous person, dead or alive, who would it be?”. Without hesitation, my answer was @jimmybuffett ... and guess what? My answer is still the same today. We had an incredible time tonight listening to Jimmy sing for us. Jimmy Buffett was the first concert that I ever went to way back in 1996. 22 years later & at 71 years young, he’s still got it!! 🌴🍔⛵️Jimmy, some of it’s magic, some of it’s tragic, but I had a good life all the way. #parrothead#jimmybuffett#apiratelooksat38#songsyouknowbyheart
Started the weekend early. Got to spend the night in Margaritaville with my pops @markymadd listening to one of my all time favorites @jimmybuffett (thanks boo @jessa). 🌊🏝#jimmybuffett#margaritaville#chubbies
Margaritas may or may not have been consumed..😳 love us some @jimmybuffett thank you @havingfuninpc2 and @parkcityrentalproperties for taking such amazing care of all of your guests. First class all the way! 🙌
I grew up on the coattails of a handful of incredible dudes who were the best big brothers a small-town kid like me could ever ask for in life. They were sailors and I was raised with engines. They gave me no option but to be a sailor. I became a sailor... of sorts.
They were the first people I ever met who, truly, taught me how to “live”. They were my first window into what “living” really was. Amongst the never ending heckling, I was also introduced to boat drinks and this music by Jimmy Buffett. I became fond of it all because I idolized them. 35 years later, no one has topped their influence upon me. 35 years later no musician has, either.
As they all became notably successful and stayed happy in life, I feel I learned the lesson well and done them proud... and maybe just a little more livin’. Thank you, boys. I love you all so much.