Jane Slagsvol , Jimmy Buffett - Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2016 held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 28th February 2016
Guest and Jimmy Buffett - Premiere of Universal Pictures' 'Jurassic World' at Dolby Theatre - Arrivals at Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Dolby Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 9th June 2015
Jimmy Buffett and Donna E. Shalala - Jimmy Buffett speaks at the 2015 University of Miami Commencement, and receives an honorary Doctor of Music degree at BankUnited Center - Miami Beach, Florida, United States - Friday 8th May 2015
Jimmy Buffett and Jane Slagsvol Buffett - A host of stars were photographed as they attended the Vanity Fair Oscar Party which was held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall in Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 23rd February 2015
Luke Bryan refuses to let his party be crashed by John Mayer as his new album sees it's second week atop the US charts.
The country star may have suffered a dramatic 70% decline in sales from the first week by only selling 159,000 copies this week as opposed to last week's 528,000, but John Mayer still needed to be up 144,000 to have had a chance at the top spot this week. 'Crash My Party' is the fourth studio album from Luke and his first to top the US, the US Country and the Canada charts, his previous album 'Tailgates & Tanlines' only scraping the top spot on the Country chart.
John Mayer is a little more used to success, his 2012 album 'Born and Raised' hitting number one across the world and even securing a spot at number 4 on the UK charts - an unlikely place to be for an American country record. A possible hindrance for 'Paradise Valley''s success could be that his performance of new single 'Wildfire' on 'The Late Show with David Letterman' wound up not being aired due to CBS' own problems with Time Warner Cable.
Mystery novelist and Miami Herald columnist Carl Hiaasen aimed his book Hoot at young adults, so it's fitting that the movie version ends up filling the widening generational gap at the cinemas. Adapted by television director Wil Shriner, this topical tale provides mildly suspenseful and mostly rewarding entertainment the whole family can enjoy.
Everything about Hoot feels relaxed, from the leisurely pace of the central mystery to the laid-back soundtrack of Jimmy Buffet tunes - the singer acts as executive producer and even takes a break from touring the globe to play a high school science teacher.
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