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By John Doe on January 13, 2011
Born in San Antonio, Texas Chuuwee has been rapping for eight years. Influenced by his mother and many great mc’s like Jay-z, Outkast, UGK, and more Chuuwee blends the borders of underground, back pack hip hop and mainstream rap. During the first years of his career people tried discouraging him by saying music wasn’t for him. Negativity hasn’t slowed him a bit, doing shows opening for Mistah Fab, Rakim and Rymefest in Los Angeles, California if only fueling his fire.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on January 6, 2011
Tere Joyce with comedian and medical marijuana activist Carrie Snow, former Roseanne Show writer; Constitutionality of cannabis prohibition; music by hed p.e.
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged 21st Amendment, Boulder, California, Carrie Snow, Colorado, Congress, Grand Rapids, Groovin' Thursday, Hollywood, Illinois, John Doe Radio, marijuana prohibition, medical marijuana bill, Michigan, Oregon, Radical Rant, Salem, Tere Joyce | Leave a response
By "Radical" Russ Belville on December 30, 2010
NORML’s Top Ten Marijuana Events #10-#6; Top Three Rants #2 – Russ vs. Gil Kerlikowske and Bill Bennett; music by Asher Roth & DJ Wreckineyez
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged Arizona, Bill Bennett, California, california supreme court, cannabidiol, Compassionate Use Act, gil kerlikowske, Groovin' Thursday, John Doe Radio, multiple sclerosis, New Jersey, New York, New York City, New Zealand, NORML Women's Alliance, Proposition 203, Radical Rant, Sativex, Supreme Court, Times Square, United Kingdom, Women | Leave a response
By "Radical" Russ Belville on December 23, 2010
William John Cox from LEAP on a post-prohibition regulatory future for drugs; Tere Joyce with Jeff Clark and the California Clemency Project; music by mc chris.
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged California, clemency, DUI, Groovin' Thursday, John Doe Radio, LAPD, mc chris, Michele Leonhart, Nevada, New Orleans, RCMP, Supreme Court, Tere Joyce, William John Cox | Leave a response
By "Radical" Russ Belville on December 9, 2010
Terry L Nelson, former Border Patrol and Customs Agent, on futility of Mexican Drug War; Beating back reefer madness; music by Midnight to Twelve.
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged European Union, Groovin' Thursday, Homeland Security, Jim Morrison, John Doe Radio, Mexican Drug War, Miami, Midnight to Twelve, Radical Rant, Rhyme or Reason, US Customs, Vermont | Leave a response
By John Doe on December 9, 2010
From Los Angeles, California the band got a big kick when their tune ‘Slam’ was highlighted on the teen bop show ‘One Tree Hill’. From that point they started to get radio play and just like any other band wanting to make it, they started to tour continuously. I got to bring these guys into the town I was in a few times and every time I was reminded what it was like to be a musician in a band because these guys really represented that brotherhood that it can be.
By John Doe on December 2, 2010
Wiz Khalifa, ‘aka’ Cameron Thomaz is one of the hottest hip-hop/rap stars on the market now. The song Black and Yellow, which is a reference to his home City of Pittsburgh has made it to stations all over the United States and beyond, and combined with news on his recent arrest on a tour bus in South Carolina for possession of marijuana Wiz is becoming a household name.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on November 18, 2010
Tere Joyce and Jason MacCloud in SoCal Scene; “Red Cell” mock attack imagines pot growers as terrorists; music by Slightly Stoopid.
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged coffee shops, Groovin' Thursday, Jason MacCloud, John Doe Radio, Los Angeles, Michigan, netherlands, no cocaine, Radical Rant, Slightly Stoopid, Tere Joyce, The Netherlands | Leave a response
By John Doe on November 11, 2010
Slightly Stoopid, who are another one of our favorite toker groups appear on the album Hi Grade Ganja Anthems 3 released recently on Greensleeves Records. Slightly Stoopid’s “No Cocaine” plus the “No Cocaine” remix featuring Reggae legend Capleton, appear on the digital version of the album, as well as tracks by Barrington Levy, Eek-A-Mouse, Sizzla, Collie Buddz, and more. Check out the album on iTunes.
By John Doe on November 5, 2010
Cypress Hill has continued to be on the front line of Cannabis awareness and supporting opportunities of change. Recently, as many stashers know they hosted the Smokeout Festival where the first sanctioned area for medical Cannabis use at a concert was established.