Jimmy Buffett Says ‘Everyday is Veterans Day’ in Post Highlighting Military Members

by Keeli Parkey
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Jimmy Buffett is one of many celebrities taking to social media on Veterans Day to show their support.

“Everyday is Veterans day,” the popular singer-songwriter Tweeted. Accompanying the message are photos of Buffett with and performing for men and women in uniform.

Buffett, an avid supporter of the military, has received the Department of the Navy Superior Public Service Award. According to reports, this is the highest honor a civilian can receive. The presentation took place during the Spring Brigade Concert at the United States Naval Academy in March 2018.

Accordingly, the citation honoring Buffett detailed him as an “unwavering supporter” of the men, women, and families of the Navy and Marine Corps.” His concerts and personal appearances were adescribed as having “directly contributed to the personal resiliency and enthusiasm of forces serving around the globe.”

Buffett’s support of the military has also included a USO concert in 2008 for troops on the aircraft carrier, USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75).

Jimmy Buffett Plans to Release New Album

In addition, Jimmy Buffett has stayed busy during COVID-19 quarantine revisiting some of his old songs.

Instead of playing his most popular hits like “Margaritaville,” Buffett has played lesser-known tunes such as “Little Miss Magic” and “I Have Found Me a Home.”

Consequently, the project has inspired a new album “Songs You Don’t Know By Heart.” It gives Buffett fans a chance to hear songs they might not when they see the artist on tour. In addition, videos of Buffett’s performances have been directed by his daughter, Delaney.

Buffett fans can also pre-order the album now. Further, the album includes 15 songs. A few are “The Captain and the Kid,” “Death of An Unpopular Poet,” “Twelve Volt Man” and “Peanut Butter Conspiracy.”

According to his website, Buffett has tour dates scheduled beginning in April 2021.

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