Coral Reefer Band

The Coral Reefer Band is the touring and recording band of American singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. Originally it was a fictional band consisting of the imaginary members Marvin Gardens, Kay Pasa, Al Vacado and Kitty Litter.

The name "Coral Reefer" alludes to both coral reefs (in line with Buffett's tropical-themed music) and also "reefer," which is slang for marijuana. The term is also related to sailing; a sailor who shortens or "reefs" a sail is a reefer.

Read more about Coral Reefer BandCurrent Line-up, Former Members, Honorary Members and Special Guests

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Coral Reefer Band - Honorary Members and Special Guests
... on stage with Buffett, earning them status as honorary Coral Reefers ... guitar and vocals Bill Kreutzmann - drums Jimmy Buffett Coral Reefer Band Michael Utley Greg "Fingers" Taylor Mac McAnally Robert Greenidge Deborah McColl Jim Mayer Peter Mayer Roger Guth Ralph MacDonald ...
Greg "Fingers" Taylor - Career
... In 1974, Buffett called Taylor to ask him to join the first official Coral Reefer Band ... Taylor continued to play in the band until May 13, 2000 ... "Johnny Rock" Buffaloe (so nicknamed by Taylor) during their time in The Buttermilk Blues Band in Jackson, Mississippi ...
Michael Utley
... musician, songwriter, and record producer for Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band ... He is the musical director of the band ... Early in his career, Utley worked with the house band for Atlantic Records in Miami, Florida's Criteria Studios backing performers such as Aretha Franklin, Jerry Jeff Walker ...

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