Saturday 6/1/2019 8:00 PM
Jimmy Buffett makes his way to The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion this weekend as the official day of summer approaches us Friday, June 21st, 2019, about three weeks away.
Jimmy Buffett has built a four-decade-long career on creating and sharing a piece of the beach-bum lifestyle with his fellow "Parrotheads" around the world. Meanwhile, the Mississippi native expanded his tropical-themed empire into the restaurant, tequila, beer and casino businesses, while continuing to tour regularly and to record new music.
The Buffett team last April announced how they will be introducing his line of cannabis products.
"The new line of cannabis products, which is branded in relation to Buffett’s backing band by the same name, will see the “Margaritaville” singer partnering with Surterra Wellness to reach a new generation of music fans who are embracing a much greener lifestyle as the plant sees gradual legalization across the country. Coral Reefer will offer multiple wellness-focused cannabis products for consumers to use, ranging from oils to vape pens, pods, and cartridges." reports the web-portal, live for Live Music.com.
“It never dawned on me that Coral Reefer would be anything other than a cool name for a tropical band born out of the Key West lifestyle in the mid-70s,” Buffett said in a statement to go with the April announcement. “But life is supposed to be about having fun and staying healthy enough to enjoy it. I think Coral Reefer will help a lot of folks do that.”
“The Coral Reefer brand reflects our intention to give consumers access to high-quality wellness and cannabis-based products through best-in-class partnerships with people and organizations that reflect our standards and values,” Surterra Chairman/CEO William “Beau” Wrigley, Jr. also added. “Jimmy and his team share our commitment to quality and the belief that individuals can find personal wellness through the relief enhancing benefits and healing properties of cannabis.”
Buffett released his 29th album six years ago (2013), titled Song from St. Somewhere, and it peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart.
His fans continue to buy tickets to see Buffett and his Coral Reefer Band on tour, and not just to hear him perform songs like "Margaritaville," "Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes," "Come Monday," and "Cheeseburger in Paradise." A Buffett concert is a full-on participatory experience that often starts with fans -- many decked out in Hawaiian shirts, flip-flops, grass skirts (regardless of gender) or other, often more extravagant, costumes -- tailgating in the parking lot, and moving the party inside for the show.
Buffett still plays the jolly ringleader, setting the tone with his often-humorous music, which he's described as "drunken Caribbean rock 'n' roll" and "gulf+Western."
Jimmy Buffett this weekend at Cynitha Woods Mitchell Pavilion in the Woodlands.
Buffett began calling his music "drunken Caribbean rock 'n' roll" with a music critic describing his style as a combination of "tropical languor with country funkiness into what some [have] called the Key West sound, or Gulf-and-western." The term is a play on the form of "Country & Western" and the name of the former big business conglomerate Gulf+Western.
Jimmy Buffett this weekend at Cynith Woods Mitchell Pavilion in the Woodlands.
“We are thrilled to welcome Jimmy Buffett back to The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion for our 30th Season,” said Jerry MacDonald, President and CEO. “Jimmy is a part of our history, as he performed during our inaugural season in 1990 and this show will be his 23rd on our stage. He always puts on a great concert and is a crowd favorite at The Pavilion. Fins up!”
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