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The Coral Reefer Band featuring the musician Jimmy Buffett will be docking at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion soon. The Band started touring along with Buffett and was initially a fictional ensemble that included Ms. Kitty Litter, Kay Pasa and legendary Marvin Gardens. It was in 1975 that Jimmy actually included members in the band and with real performers took the music world by storm. The current lineup features Michael Utley, Mac McAnally, Ralph MacDonald, Robert Greenidge, Peter Mayer, Jim Mayer, Roger Guth, John Lovell, Doyle Grisham, Nadirah Shakoor and Tina Gullickson. With the Coral Reefer Band tickets in hand, you can now enjoy an astounding performance by them as they hit the road with This One's For You tour.
Caribbean-tinged track, Margaritaville established Jimmy Buffett as a jolly musical advocate for bars, beaches and laid-back living. Through his eclectic music style he has cemented his place in the industry as an enduring star. Buffett has developed his own brand of music that has a tropical theme featuring loaded tunes about dreamers and sailors. His all-time hits include Cheeseburger in Paradise, Weather is Here and Wish You Were Beautiful.
Hailing from Deep South, Jimmy Buffett got a degree in journalism and for some time worked as a reporter at Billboard. Passionate about country music, he moved to Nashville and started a long and successful journey in music. He made his debut with the album “Down to Earth” and in 1971 released his second one titled “High Cumberland Jubilee”. Following a failed marriage, Buffett left Nashville and headed to Key West. After a few adventurous endeavors he signed with ABC-Dunhill and treated the fans to “A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean”. Although Jimmy Buffett spawned few hits here and there, his career's breakthrough came in 1977 with “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes” that featured the song Margaritaville. His credentials today include 27 albums, 67 singles and 4 number one songs.
Jimmy Buffett spent the 80s and 90 touring extensively with his Coral Reefer Band. Even today the band performs frequently and “Parrotheads” - Buffett's devoted fans - attend the concerts in abundance. The Coral Reefer Band has Mac McAnally, Peter Mayer, Jim Mayer, Nadirah Shakoor and Tina Gullickson as the vocalists. Michael Utley is on keyboards, Ralph MacDonald as the percussionist, Robert Greenidge on percussion and steel drums, Roger Guth as the drummer, John Lovell plays the trumpet and Doyle Grisham rocking the pedal steel guitar. The talented lineup is known for their electrifying live performance and they show the audience a great time.
Concerts by Jimmy Buffet & The Coral Reefer Band create a beach-side carefree ambiance. As Buffett makes way on the stage in his trademark pastel shorts, Hawaiian shirt and flip-flops, the Parrotheads are dressed quite similarly. He always opens the set with Summertime Blues and has the crowd on its feet with the single Brown-Eyed Girl. The band is known to create a relationship with the audience, talking to them in between the songs. A festive atmosphere is created and the fans have the time of their lives as they sing along popular numbers like Volcano, Knee Deep, You'll Never Work In Dis Bidness Again and All Night Long. His staples are left for the last and the crowd erupts into loud cheers as the band belts Margaritaville, Cheeseburger in Paradise and A Pirate Looks at 40.
Jimmy Buffet & The Coral Reefer Band has numerous concerts lined up as part of their This One's For You tour and will be setting the stage ablaze in many venues. Other than this, the band will also be rocking at music festivals and are slated to perform at the New Orleans Jazz Fest 2015 as well as the Bonnaroo Festival. Get ready with your tickets and have a blast at their shows.