From Chong's Choice to Marley Natural to Willie's Reserve, here's our guide to the most popular, successful and currently available celebrity canna-brands.
Willie Nelson posed for this photo in his tour bus holding a large cannabis stogie. He added some words about "drinking a little whiskey or smoking whatever works for us."
Singers Little Richard, Bill Withers, Kenny Rogers, Helen Reddy, Toots Hibbert, John Prine, Mac Davis, Charlie Daniels, Trini Lopez, Charlie Pride, Betty Wright and Annie Ross; guitarists Eddie Van Halen and Leslie West; drummer Neil Peart; and pianist McCoy Tyner are among the more than 180 musicians who passed away in 2020.
Somehow country singer/comedian Jim Stafford's unlikely No. 7 hit with "Wildwood Weed" in 1974 didn't make it onto Rolling Stone's list of country-music stoner odes.
Twenty-five years ago, "Hempilation: Freedom Is NORML" was released by Capricorn Records. A benefit album for NORML, it was followed by "Hempilation 2: Free the Weed" in 1998. For the first time all 37 Hempilation tracks (featuring Cypress Hill, Willie Nelson and many more) are now available at YouTube.
Willie Nelson headlined Joe Biden's virtual fundraiser on October 14. Also on the bill were: Nelson's sons Lukas and Micah, Bob Weir, Beto O'Rourke, David Crosby, Montel Williams, Joe Russo's Almost Dead, Yo-Yo Ma, Shannon Elisabeth, Lake Bell and more.
Since 1969, Willie Nelson has played one guitar and one guitar only - a Martin N-20 he named Trigger after Roy Rogers' horse. "I figured," Nelson says, "this is my horse."
Rolling Stone has updated its 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list. Here are our 19 favorite albums on the list, plus two that were inexplicably omitted.
With High Times in the news, CelebStoner publisher Steve Bloom looks back at his 20 years as an editor at the legendary pot magazine.
Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Bono and other musical luminaries are featured in Mary Wharton's "Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President," which starts streaming on September 9.