June 24, 2024

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Singer had a dedicated fanbase in Cincinnati

Singer had a dedicated fanbase in Cincinnati

Jimmy Buffett’s fans in Cincinnati are mourning the legendary singer who passed away Friday night. He was 76 years old. Buffett’s fans proudly call themselves Parrotheads. Legend has it that the colorful nickname Parrothead originated in Cincinnati at a Timberwolf party. To his fans, Buffett was more than just a musician, he had a better lifestyle. Buffett is best known for his hit song “Margaretville”, which inspired a string of restaurants and resorts. “Jimmy passed away peacefully on the night of September 1, surrounded by his family, friends, music and dogs,” read a statement posted on his website and social media. He went on to say, “He lived his life like a song ’till his last breath and he will be missed utterly.” Buffett has a dedicated fan base here in Cincinnati, serving cheeseburgers in heaven on Saturday mornings. joy. The man has brought so much joy to the Parrot family.” There are plans to open a Margaritaville Resort in Newport. The project will create 200 jobs for the city. The hotel has a target completion date of 2026.

Jimmy Buffett’s fans in Cincinnati are mourning the legendary singer who passed away Friday night. He was 76 years old.

Buffett’s fans proudly call themselves Parrotheads.

Legend has it that the colorful nickname Parrothead originated in Cincinnati at a Timberwolf party. To his fans, Buffett was more than just a musician, he was a singer of a better lifestyle.

Buffett is best known for his hit song “Margaritaville,” which inspired a string of restaurants and resorts.

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“Jimmy passed away peacefully on the night of September 1, surrounded by his family, friends, music and dogs,” read a statement posted on his website and social media.

He goes on to say, “He lived his life as a song to his last breath and will be missed by many beyond measure.”

Buffett has a dedicated fan base here in Cincinnati, serving up cheeseburgers in heaven on Saturday mornings.

“I went through a lot of emotions this morning, sadness, pain, joy. Trying to focus on the joy. The man has brought so much joy to the parrot family,” said Patty Doak, president of the Cincinnati Parrotheads Club.

There are plans to open a Margaritaville Resort in Newport.

This project will provide 200 job opportunities for the city.

The hotel has a target completion date of 2026.