More than 40 famous musicians have passed away so far in 2015, including B.B. King, Ornette Coleman, Ben E. King, Percy Sledge, Leslie Gore, Lynn Anderson, Phil Woods, Johnny Kemp, and members of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; Yes; Free; the Brothers Johnson; Toto; and Twisted Sister.
Celebs were everywhere at last week's Burning Man festival at Black Rock Desert Desert in Nevada. Among them was Top CelebStoner Susan Sarandon, who brought along Timothy Leary's ashes.
Longtime druggie Keith Richards is sober these days, except for "an early morning joint." To the Stones guitarist, "pot is just fun." HIs new solo album comes out Sept. 18
It wasn't a pretty sight: Rapper Afroman punching a drunk woman who'd wandered on stage during his live show in Biloxi, MS on Feb. 17. Nearly seven months later, he pleaded guilty to assault and was fined $330.
In an exclusive interview with CelebStoner, Tommy Chong reveals that he's currently receiving radiation and chemo treatments in his fight against cancer.