How to get Jimmy Buffett MGM Grand Tickets.
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More about Jimmy Buffett.
Born December 25, 1946, in Pascagoula, Miss., but raised in Mobile, Ala., Buffett describes his songs as "90 percent autobiographical," a declaration attested to by his narratives of wine, women and song. He is "the son of the son of a sailor," and he describes his grandfather's life in "The Captain and the Kid."
His father was a naval designer who often took Buffett on marine trips. Buffett studied reporting at the University of Southern Mississippi. Working as the Nashville journalist for Billboard magazine, he built up the associates that led to his 1970 debut for Barnaby Records, but the album and its follow-up were not well produced.
Buffett settled in Key West, Fla., and although at first involved in smuggling, he changed his ways when offered $25,000 to make an album for ABC Records. He went to Nashville, recorded A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean for $10,000 and bought a boat with the rest. The album incorporated several story songs about misdemeanors ("The Great Filling Station Holdup," "Peanut Butter Conspiracy"), jointly with the lazy feel of "He Went to Paris," which was recorded by Waylon Jennings. His funny "Why Don't We Get Drunk and Screw?" was written under the alias of Marvin Gardens, who made imaginary appearances at Buffett's one-man concerts. Living and Dying in 3/4 Time included his U.S. Top 30 hit "Come Monday."