David Crosby’s 60-year career in rock & roll has been punctuated by hit songs, drug busts and meetings with remarkable people like the Fab Four.
Made from maple and hempwood, the HempCaster by Silver Mountain Hemp Guitars are a luxury item for musicians with a soft spot for pot.
For saxophonist Dave Koz, “Dr. Norm” isn’t just a track from the jazz musician's latest album, it's also the name of his Los Angeles-based cannabis-infused cookies company.
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy has written a working-class memoir, "Let's Go (So We Can Get Back)," that will remind you of Bruce Springsteen's book, "Born to Run."
It's a big day for Ziggy Marley. He celebrates his 50th birthday on Oct. 17, the same day Canada begins legal ganja sales. We review the reggae royalty's latest album, "Rebellion Rises."
Slightly Stoopid's ninth studio album features contributions from UB40’s Ali Campbell, G. Love, Yellowman, Don Carlos and Jurassic 5's Chali 2na. Campbell's guest on their version of Peter Tosh's "Legalize It."
Writer/director Rick Famuyiwa’s "Dope" is a fresh combination of "Risky Business" and a cyberworld-fueled update on John Singleton’s groundbreaking 1991 classic, "Boyz in the Hood."
With his 16th solo album, "NEW," Paul McCartney proves that he's still got plenty left in the tank. Veteran L.A. rock scribe Roy Trakin gives it a spin.