Wille Nelson's latest book is a personal tour of his life, likes, family and friends. Nelson enjoys weed so much he addresses a letter to "Cannabis." Read the excerpt.
From Tommy Chong's to Marley Natural to Willie's Reserve to Etheridge Botanicals, here's our guide to the most popular, successful and currently available celebrity canna-brands.
To celebrate Willie Nelson's 88th birthday, Texas Monthly interviewed Sheryl Crow on their One by Willie podcast. Among the Nelson stories she relates is one about the day he offered her father a hit on a joint.
One of America's most beloved entertainers, Willie Nelson, turns 88 today. He's been writing songs and performing for eight decades and is renowned for his unbridled marijuana advocacy.
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Willie Nelson has joined Bill Maher's call to make 4/20 an official holiday. "Please puff, puff and pass this to your friends in Congress for consideration," reads a tongue-in-cheek letter to the White House.
Never one to mince words about marijuana, Willie Nelson reminded the SXSW audience on November 18 that he still smokes a lot of pot, adding it "keeps from killing people or keeps me from getting killed."
In a 2014 interview on "Larry King Now," Willie Nelson told the talk-show host about marijuana, "I think it's a good habit for me."
In 2013, Larry King told Snoop Dogg he "would legalize it," referring to marijuana, and quoted Lenny Bruce: "They're going to legalize marijuana someday because every law student I know smokes it." King passed away from Covid-19 on January 23.
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."