Ryan E.
September 3, 2023

Jimmy Buffett's Cause Of Death Revealed

It's a sad thing to have to write, and it never gets any easier...

A star is dead.

This time, it's Jimmy Buffett.

With each year that passes, it seems as though we lose more and more of the people who have shaped entire generations of Americans.

When it comes to name value and the power of a single man's brand, there aren't many people out there who are going to beat out Jimmy Buffett in popularity.

Who in America does not know at least one or two Jimmy Buffett tunes?

If they haven't, they've surely at least heard somebody somewhere talk about "Margaritaville."

Margaritaville wasn't just a word for Jimmy Buffett, it truly was a way of life for him and his fans.

"He lived his life in the sun, literally and figuratively," a source close to Buffett told TMZ after the star's passing. Buffett had been in hospice for a few days before he died.

Paul McCartney reportedly visited Buffett at the legend's home within the last week to sing to him.

"Jimmy passed away peacefully on the night of September 1 surrounded by his family, friends, music and dogs," the statement announcing the star's death read. "He lived his life like a song till the very last breath and will be missed beyond measure by so many."

Buffett, at age 76, died of cancer.

The beloved performer had been diagnosed with skin cancer four years ago.

So many superstars have come out to say how much of an impact Buffett had on their own careers and to pay tribute to a legend.

"So goodbye Jimmy," Kenny Chesney said on social media. "Thanks for your friendship and the songs I will carry in my heart forever. Sail On Sailor."

Elton John said "This is the saddest of news. A lovely man gone way too soon."

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