The Palmetto Parrot Head Club is sad to hear of the passing of Jimmy Buffett. Jimmy’s family posted an announcement on Instagram:
Inspired by Jimmy’s story telling the Palmetto Parrot Head Club was founded in 1997. Many of us will shed a tear today over his passing but I believe those tears will be followed by a thousand smiles. Each of us remembering the stories we could tell of the adventures Jimmy’s lyrics have given each us.
If you ever wonder why you ride the carousel You do it for the stories you can tell – Jimmy Buffett
On behalf of everyone who has ever been a PPHC member, we send our deepest condolences to Jimmy’s family, friends and our fellow Parrotheads across the globe. Sail on Jimmy Buffett.
Our lives change like the weather But a legend never dies – Jimmy Buffett
This past Saturday night, February 26th, 2022, the PPHC celebrated it’s 25 Anniversary. That is 25 years of Margaritaville madness, phun phlockings, and partying with a purpose.
Long-time club member Larry Ranney steamed a delicious bushel of oysters while local crooner Brent Lundy entertained the lively crowd. The weather was overcast and cool but stayed warm enough for guests to stay well into the night. Sullivan French collected non-perishable food items for Harvest Hope Food Bank and “pop tops” for Ronald McDonald House.
Big thanks to the PPHC Board for organizing the affair and including some fantastic door prizes, Everyone enjoyed a long-overdue night of social revelry surrounded by good food, good drink and good people.
Here’s a list of our upcoming events. Happy Hours begin at 6:00pm or whenever you get there! Spring is in the air so mark your calendar and make plans to join us since ‘the weather is here…
Happy Hour – Thursday, February 24th at Rockaway Athletic Club, 2179 Rosewood Drive, Columbia. The weather forecast looks awesome so come out for good phriends, good beverages and great food.
PPHC 25th Anniversary Celebration – Saturday, February 26th at Shiela Dukes’ Home, 1101 Sioux Trail, West Columbia, SC 29169. Oyster Roast, 5pm-9pm. For non-oyster eaters, we will also be serving Margaritaville shrimp with pasta, salad & bread. Live music by Brent Lundy. This is an outdoor/indoor event so dress accordingly. There will be several heat sources to keep you warm plus the garage area will be available. Bring your bag chair and your favorite Adult beverage. We’ll have door prizes and a 50/50 raffle. Appetizers and desserts are welcomed but not required.
NOTE: Sullivan French will be collecting food donations for Harvest Hope Food Bank and “pop tops” for Ronald McDonald House. Please bring non-perishable food items to “fill the box”. Bring 3+ food items to receive an extra door prize ticket.
Happy Hour – Wednesday, March 9th at Henry’s of Cayce, State & Frink St, Cayce – Meet on the patio (weather permitting)
First, I’d like to welcome 2 new members: Kristy Galloway and Alissa Galloway. Welcome to PPHC!!
This email is just a quick reminder that we have Happy Hour at 6:00pm on July 14th at the new location of D’s Wings. I plan to go by tomorrow to check out the layout for us to gather and will let you know about the parking situation. It’s been really wonderful to be able to hold our regular Happy Hours and I look forward to seeing you on the 14th.
Be safe out there this weekend and Happy 4th of July!!!
Now that the incredible MOTM line up is out…check out the list of great performers coming our (your) way….and register today!!! BUT…right now, many of them are out of work and the gigs are their only source of income. So while you party at home, how about helping this purpose?
If you are a Facebook person…a great way to help out is finding Quarantine Concerts (featuring most of our MOTM musical acts and more) and on their websites for private shows. They almost all have virtual tip jars for their shows. (Peter Mayer is doing a charity show Friday also…check it out!)
Also….if you remember the Hurricane shirts from a few years ago, they were designed by Kristin McFadden for Lone Palm and she is helping again with a new shirt to help the musicians! You can buy a shirt and after the cost of the shirt and shipping are taken out…every penny will go to the musicians in need (much like Lone Palm!)…OR…you can simply donate and the money will get there also! (I know, many of us don’t need another shirt, but we need our music!)
This is a great way to show some love to our musicians who support us! Check out the details below if you choose! Just some options to get you through this thing! Stay in and stay safe my phriends!
Trop Rock Strong t-shirts are now available!
This is a great way to support our favorite musicians during this trying time! Proceeds to benefit the TRMA Artist Relief Fund. Please show your support to all the trop rock performers/song-writers who have lost income due to cancelled shows. Mens and Ladies available. $30. Delivery in about a week.
Please follow this link to order and pay through PayPal (at the top or bottom of the order form). 😎
Well, live touring may be temporarily paused as we all do our part to socially distance, but we’re all still desperately in need of some fun! Starting this Wednesday at 8PM Eastern/7PM Central (with an encore at 8PM Pacific) when we will be re-broadcasting a show from the archives “live” like we would from a night on the tour! Watch on Margaritaville.tv or listen on Radio Margaritaville on Sirius/XM.
The Jimmy Buffett concert at Colonial Life Arena in April has been rescheduled to June 9. The show was originally scheduled for April 23 – tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date. For any further ticket inquiries please reach out to point of purchase.