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Jimmy Buffett's Cause Of Death Revealed

Jimmy Buffett performing with Mac McAnally


Reliable sources have confirmed that the esteemed musician, Jimmy Buffett, passed away due to complications from a severe ailment.

It's been shared that Buffett was diagnosed with skin cancer about four years prior, which unfortunately took his life this past Friday at the age of 76.

Buffett's official website released a poignant statement, recounting the musician's last moments:

"On the evening of September 1st, Jimmy departed serenely, surrounded by loved ones, melodies, and his cherished dogs. His life echoed the rhythms of his songs until his final moments, leaving a void felt deeply by many."

It's noted that he began hospice care just a week prior.

Earlier this year, in May, Jimmy had to call off a scheduled performance in South Carolina due to an urgent medical situation that required immediate attention, believed to be related to his skin cancer diagnosis.

During these challenging times, Buffett was enveloped in immense support from close friends and family. Notably, Paul McCartney made a heartfelt visit, offering a performance for the grieving family.

While many fondly remember Buffett for his iconic song "Margaritaville" from the 1970s, his musical repertoire is vast, boasting hits like "Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes," "Volcano," "A Pirate Looks at Forty," "Come Monday," among others.

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