The 76-year-old singer-songwriter, who was part of his “Second Wind Tour,” did not share any health issues or his current condition in his message, and Buffett’s representatives did not immediately respond. Request for comment.
“Aging is not for sissies, I assure you,” the report continued. It’s not clear when Buffett’s next concert will be, but he said he will return to performing “In the Land of She-Crap Soup” once he is healthy.
Tickets purchased for Saturday’s concert with Coral Reefer at Credit One Stadium will be honored for the rescheduled date of the show, which has not been announced.
New additions to the National Recording Registry: Queen Latifah and Super Mario
According to an announcement on Buffett’s website, Buffett’s “Life on the Flip side reux tour” last September was cut short on doctor’s orders due to “health issues and a brief hospitalization.” Shows in Salt Lake City and Nampa, Idaho were canceled, and tour dates in Las Vegas and San Diego were rescheduled earlier this year.
Buffett’s 1977 hit song “Margaritaville” was added to the Library of Congress National Recording Registry Last month. The award-winning country-rock artist is known for tropical-infused songs like “Son of a Sailor” and “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes.”
“You all make my life more meaningful and fulfilling than I ever imagined,” she told fans in her statement. “Thank you for your prayers and thoughts, and your wonderful years of faithfulness.”