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Buffett moved to Nashville in the late '60s. He released one album, Down to Earth (1970), then moved to Key West, Florida, where he gradually evolved the beach bum character and tropical folk-rock style that would endear him to millions. Signing to ABC-Dunhill Records (later absorbed by MCA), Buffett achieved notoriety with his second album, White Sport Coat & a Pink Crustacean (1973), which featured a song called, "Why Don't We Get Drunk." Buffett revealed a more thoughtful side on Living & Dying in 3/4 Time (1974), with its song of marital separation "Come Monday," his first singles-chart entry. But it took the Top Ten song "Margaritaville" and the album in which it was featured, Changes in Attitudes (1977), to capture Buffett's tropical worldview and, for a while, turn him into a pop star. His hits compilation sold millions, a 1990 live album, Feeding Frenzy, went gold and a 1992 box-set retrospective, Boats, Beaches, Bars & Ballads, became one of the best-selling box sets ever. Buffett finally got around to making a new album in 1994, when Fruitcakes became one of his fastest-selling records. It was followed in 1995 by Barometer Soup and Banana Wind in 1996. In 1999, he released Beach House On the Moon, as well as Live: Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday. Buffett released Welcome to Fin City - "Live in Las Vegas" in 2012. The very next year, he delivered Songs From St. Somewhere. He continues to tour all over the world. Margaritas are mandatory.


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