For the Indiana band Left Lane Cruiser, a dirty spliff is a mix of hash and tobacco or weed and tobacco. It's also the inspiration for the title track of their latest album.
One of Joe Cocker's Woodstock songs, "Let's Go Get Stoned," was a No. 1 R&B hit for Ray Charles in 1966. It took a lot of nerve to cover Ray Charles, but Cocker, who passed away Monday, pulled it off.
Following in the footsteps of Cheech Marin, East Los Angeles Latino rockers the Bloodhounds kick off their debut album "Let Loose" with the weed-centric track, "Try a Little Reefer."
Tom Petty hasn't has a hit single since the pot-themed "You Don't Know How It Feels" 20 years ago. He may have another one with "U Get Me High."
Todd Snider, Dave Schools, Neal Casal, Chad Staehly and Duane Trucks joined together to form the super group, Hard Working Americans. In the "Blackland Farmer" video, a struggling farmer switches to marijuana.