More than 80 years ago, when American music tastes were morphing into what we call the Swing Era, cannabis references began popping up regularly in popular music.
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — Country music legend and marijuana advocate Willie Nelson launched a new line of marijuana products in Las Vegas this week.
Nelson shared a photo of himself wearing the shirt, which sports the words “Smoke Weed” and features a pot leaf decorated with Christmas lights.
Several months after the singer/songwriter’s death, his daughter and her husband are working to follow through on one of her father's last business endeavors.
His commitment to the herb coupled with his thriving decades-long career has gone a long way to helping Americans rethink what they know about the drug.
Melissa Etheridge is diving headlong into the marijuana business. Her company, Etheridge Farms, will soon be making cannabis products available for California medical patients.
Musician Brendan Hill has been using marijuana for decades, and he claims that it has helped him succeed in his chosen career.
Snoop Dogg will be pulling triple duty on MTV’s new pot comedy Mary + Jane.
Country music icon Willie Nelson, long an advocate of marijuana legalization, is putting his money where his mouth (and joint) is by launching Willie’s Reserve, a new marijuana brand to be introduced in Washington and Colorado over the next few months.
If you’ve ever dreamt of saying the words, “I just applied for Willie Nelson’s weed company,” your dreams are about to become a reality.
TUCSON – Snoop Dogg visited a Tucson marijuana dispensary and talked about legalization before his concert Thursday. The rapper took photos with fans at Purple Med Wellness Center. He has launched new products he is selling to dispensaries.
“The 420 Collection,” an exhibit of paintings with a marijuana theme created by vocalist-turned-artist Grace Slick, will be shown April 20-May 30 at the Area Arts Gallery in Santa Rosa.
Haggard was a well-known marijuana smoker who often smoked before going on stage to perform and said he stopped when medicinal marijuana became legal in California. “There’s no way I’m going to smoke somethin’ that’s legal, so I quit,” he said. “But I think it’s like onions: You ought to be able to grow it if you want it.”
The Game is going green as the brand ambassador for a new cannabis line.
Marijuana has only just recently become legal in parts of the US, but that’s not stopping some of the biggest names in music from getting into the business.