Changes In Latitudes is the country's premier tribute show to singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett, the master of the tropical life style. They will transform your event into the ultimate beach party. Their aim is to musically transport you to somewhere between the Caribbean and the South Pacific, to take you to "Mardi-Gras" and "Carnival". Each show is good clean fun, and can be enjoyed by the whole family, while still being appreciated by the adult crowds. The aim is to offend no one, and entertain everyone. Every show is a party, with leis and beach balls flying, and dancing conga lines. Changes In Latitudes recreates the complete Jimmy Buffett concert experience with amazing authenticity. With a full tropical stage set-up, you will believe that you are at a Buffett show before they play a note. Leader Steve Kareta mimics Jimmy's casual, storyteller style, taking you on a laid-back musical trip through the sun-drenched waters of the Caribbean.
Changes In Latitudes have been working their way around the country for ten years, and have garnered the title of the most authentic Jimmy Buffett tribute show in the country, earning rave reviews from the most discerning of audiences, the Parrothead Clubs (official Jimmy Buffett fan clubs). Following Jimmy's recent foray back to his country roots, Changes In Latitudes covers material off Buffett's more recent albums like "Hey Good Looking" and his duet with Martina McBride, "Trip Around The Sun". You can expect to hear such Buffett classics as "Margaritaville", "Come Monday", and, of course, "Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes", as well as other crowd-pleasing favorites, like "Brown Eyed Girl", "Scarlet Begonias", "Another Saturday Night", and the Alan Jackson / Jimmy Buffett smash hit "It's Five O'clock Somewhere".
The groups' first original music CD, entitled "Changes, By The Sea" has been played on Jimmy Buffett's internet radio station "Radio Margaritaville". Their current CD "Summer State Of Mind" (which features members of Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band performing with the group), along with their 2004
release "Tequila Inspiration" is getting frequent play on a great many tropical internet radio stations such as "Tropicast" and "Radio JimmyDreamz"
If you are feeling the need for a "Latitude Adjustment", get out your grass skirts and Hawaiian shirts and party with Changes In Latitudes.