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By "Radical" Russ Belville on November 4, 2010
2010 Marijuana Election Wrap-Up; Prop 19 concession speeches from Richard Lee and others; music by Cypress Hill.
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged 2010 Election, Arizona, California, Cypress Hill, Groovin' Thursday, Jeff Jones, John Doe Radio, Oaksterdam, oaksterdam university, Oregon, Richard Lee, South Dakota | Leave a response
By John Doe on October 28, 2010
While other rappers boast at being the hypest or the crunkest Devin the Dude, ‘aka’ Devin Copeland is more fit and satisfied for the laid back style and reference to life. Not to say he doesn’t cover the more serious topics in tunes. Living life and rougher times and coming out of Houston its surprising his style turned out as such. But, all more for us to enjoy as stoners.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on October 21, 2010
NORML Women’s Alliance and Pot Couture present professional women for Prop 19; Tere Joyce and Mike Tucker on Buddhafest; My response to “Dragonfly de la Luz”; music by Splinta.
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged California, Dragonfly de la Luz, Groovin' Thursday, John Doe Radio, Let There Be Sound, Marc Emery, Measure 74, Michelle Rainey, NORML Women's Alliance, Pot Couture, Prop 19, Radical Rant, South Dakota, Splinta, Tere Joyce | Leave a response
By John Doe on October 21, 2010
Splinta is a just a surf bum with a habit of making songs for the beach. Non-rap name is Chad Campbell hailing from the Big Island of Hawaii. Chad started making music with Arena Productions a while back. And, after he made a successful mixtape called “Kona Mash”, Pepper, who is with a label called Law Records was kind enough to produce and distribute the first Splinta record named “Aftaparty”. Since then Chad has continued to make beach rap as a solo artist, adding 4 more albums to his catalog. Melding conscious lyrics, organic beats, and Hawaii’s vibe. Splinta says he makes music for beach people and land lubbers alike.
By John Doe on October 14, 2010
I first heard of 1st Place on a radio show called ‘Scratch and Sniff’. Its a show where they remix tunes into each other. Like an AC/DC tune into a Ludacris jam. And so on. 1st Place is one of the unsigned acts they play and also one of their favorites to throw on too it seems. Ive dug everything I’ve heard from these guys and last week when I heard this one on the radio I had to get it from the guys.
By John Doe on October 7, 2010
Travelle Wiggins ‘aka’ Kornbred has had a tough life. No money and bad neighborhoods throughout childhood left him wanting more. His hardships increased at the age of 16 when he had to turn to “The Covenant House” homeless shelter where he would spend the next two years bouncing in and out of. At the age of 19 he lost his mother and decided to try and start everything all over.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on October 7, 2010
Tere Joyce on “Last Comic Standing” castmate Ralphie May’s bust for pot in Guam; Med Mike on Jack Herer Awards; music by Kornbred
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged Bill Maher, California, crack cocaine, Facebook, Groovin' Thursday, Hemp, Jack Herer, Jack Herer Awards, John Doe Radio, Kornbred, Massachusetts, Med Mike, Prop 19, Tere Joyce | Leave a response
By John Doe on October 1, 2010
A friend of reform and an artist deep down you can certainly expect the best from him. Goose has also won a “Best Male Artist” and “Best Hip Hop Song” from the Marijuana Music Awards for his tune “Cali”. You’ve heard “Cali” and No Seeds” on NORML LIVE and now you get to hear “Off the Pot”.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on September 23, 2010
Peter Christ from LEAP on “legalization” vs. “reform”; Dennis Peron thinks all marijuana use is medical; music by Iration.
By John Doe on September 23, 2010
Iration was born from a love of all types of music and a desire to create something new. Elements of Reggae, Rock, and Pop are mixed with keyboard/synth and melodic vocal lines to create something truly unique. Iration is best heard in a live setting where you can truly experience the full spectrum of their range. They have proven to truly have an understanding of what it takes to put on a fascinating performance that keep crowds of fans’, both younger and older, hands in the air and heads bobbing.