If you've ever wanted to eat a cheeseburger in paradise, your chances might have just gotten better. Named for Jimmy Buffett's 1978 hit, the Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant chain has just been acquired by Luby's, Inc. -- and the new owners say they plan to "expand the brand."
Jimmy Buffett released his debut album in 1970, but the laid-back entertainer didn't crack the country market until 1977 with his drinking anthem 'Margaritaville.' The tune reached No. 13 on the country charts and fueled the accompanying album, 'Change in Latitudes, Change in Attitudes' to platinum status -- a first for the Mississippi native.
After spending two years in hiding, Flody Boatwood has emerged ready for more adventure. This time he's teamed up with brother 'Brody' and sister 'Jody' Boatwood to fight a tentacled sea-monster. Yep, it's another Zac Brown Band video.
Sure, most beach vacations are about relaxation, but not for Zac Brown Band and Jimmy Buffett. In the new ZBB 'Knee Deep' video featuring the Bahama beach bum himself, the boys will find themselves having a wet, wild and crazy time, as evidenced by this short video teaser.