Jimmy Buffett Wiki – Jimmy Buffett Biography
Jimmy Buffett, a renowned musician, passed away from cancer at the age of 76. He apparently received the fatal diagnosis in 2019 and afterwards developed lymphoma. He literally and practically “lived his life in the sun,” an insider told TMZ on Friday, September 1. A week before Buffett passed away, Paul McCartney reportedly sung to the lyricist while paying him a visit at home.
Buffett has three children: two daughters, Savannah and Sarah, and a son, Cameron. He is survived by his wife, Jane Slagsvol. Buffett’s social media sites posted a statement confirming his passing on Friday, September 1st. The statement was put next to a happy photo of Buffett. “Jimmy passed away peacefully on the night of September 1 surrounded by his family, friends, music, and dogs,” it said.
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Jimmy Buffett was 76 years old.
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The post concluded, “He lived his life like a song till his very last breath and will be missed beyond measure by so many. Due to a medical emergency that necessitated him to be under hospice care, Buffett had to postpone his performance as part of his Second Wind Tour in Charleston, South Carolina, scheduled for May 2023.
Forbes estimates that the ‘Margaritaville’ singer’s net worth is close to $1 billion. Buffett is not just a musician, but he is also a successful businessman with a net worth of about $760 million. This estimate takes into account his revenues from tours and albums, which total $570 million, a music library worth $50 million, and assets including homes, planes, and Berkshire Hathaway stock, which are believed to be worth $140 million.
In the end, Buffett transformed his 1977 hit song “Margaritaville” into a business called Margaritaville Holdings empire, which is estimated to be worth $180 million. The musician kept a 28% ownership in the business, and his successful lifestyle brand sells a variety of goods, including pickleball sets, home decor, clothing, pool floats, and margarita mix. “I’ve got four things: Master the hang ten. Enter space. Visit Pitcairn Island, the home of my Buffett ancestors. And see Antarctica,” he stated in a 2017 conversation with Men’s Journal.