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    Ever since he can remember, Larry Pearson has been a Parrothead! That is to say he has been a dedicated fan of the one and only Jimmy Buffett! He was so infatuated with the music and persona of Jimmy Buffett that he became a musician. For years he toured and was told by so many fans how much he sounded and looked like Jimmy Buffett! This eventually led to an amazing transformation in Larry’s life. Since it was so natural and fulfilling, he started performing only the music of his idol, which fills volumes, and eventually added the authentic costuming and stage props. He then found a dedicated troupe of musicians who also were in awe of the legend! This formed BLUFFETT & THE SON OF A SAILOR BAND … the most incredible re-creation and tribute to the “beach-master” himself….Jimmy Buffett!

    BLUFFETT has played MANY Theaters, Festivals, Corporate and Special Events since that formation and has toured and played consistently for the past 10 years, due to their tremendous demand!

    BLUFFETT takes on the atmosphere of a genuine Buffett concert…right down to the audience participation and enjoyment and energy that goes with it! It will be hard to believe your eyes and ears once the show has started due to the uncanny recreation by this awesome group of performers!

    The music of Jimmy Buffett has covered several decades and his concerts sell out in a matter of minutes due to the popularity of this entertainer and the wide age group and cross section of fans who love the man and the music!! No matter what type of event, corporate, special, festival, fair, college or casino, BLUFFETT is always a smash success! So break out the Hawaiian Shirts, the Beach Sandals and start steaming the clams and let BLUFFETT set the beach-pace and take you and your event to the barefoot sand-land of “Margaritaville”!

    “Volcano” “Son Of A Sailor” “Margaritaville” “Cheeseburger In Paradise” “Sea
    Cruise” “Why Don’t We Get Drunk” “Fins” “Pencil Thin Moustache”
    “Havana Dreaming” “Boat Drinks” “He Went To Paris” “Captain & The Kid”
    “Come Monday” “Changes In Latitude, Changes In Attitude”
    “A Pirate Looks At 40” and many, many more!