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By Johnny Reeferseed on August 11, 2010
Richie Spice (Richell Bonner) was born on September 8, 1971 in Rock Hall, St. Andrew, Jamaica. He is one of the Bonner brothers all of whom are reggae artists, including Pliers and Spanner Banner.
Having gained popularity in the mid 90′s, Spice has performed at all major shows staged locally namely Reggae Sun Splash , White River Reggae Bash, Rebel Salute and many others. Spice has opened shows for the likes of Chaka Demus and Pliers, Spanner Banner and Rita Marley on extensive tours of Europe and the United States 1996-1997.
By Johnny Reeferseed on July 28, 2010
Josh Heinrichs founded Jah Roots in 2001, along with four musician-friends from his hometown of Springfield, MO. Over the following eight years, they released five studio albums and toured extensively throughout the USA. During this time, Heinrichs wrote a number of songs that eventually gained fantastically large on-line notoriety, and were downloaded en masse all over the world. The band’s success was recognized in the official media outlets of such locales as Guam, Hawaii and New Zealand. However, after years playing to overflowing crowds at outdoor festivals and packed mid-sized venues, the toll of non-stop touring began to take a personal toll, and Heinirchs decided to step away from the band he had taken so far, in order to devote more time to his wife and children.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on July 21, 2010
Dale Gieringer from California NORML on Leonhart nomination to head DEA; Dr. Mitch Earleywine on cannabinoids as antibiotics; music by Ziggy Marley.
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged California, california norml, cannabinoids, Cannabis Science, Dale Gieringer, DEA, Dr. Mitch Earleywine, Irie Wednesday, Oakland, prescription drug abuse | Leave a response
By "Radical" Russ Belville on July 14, 2010
Dr. Mitch Earleywine answers live questions on Cannabis Science; rant on dispensary owners against legalization; music by The Fellows.
By Johnny Reeferseed on July 14, 2010
The Fellows are a group of chaps from the old school, they went to school together, a good school. Whilst at school there was a younger pupil (the silver gnome) who they mistreated for being silver. After school they lost touch and went about their lives, all excelling in their various fields. Life on Earth during this time became tense, people grew weary and began abusing one another. As a result search parties were sent out across the universe for a better life, at the very same time it so happened The Visfincta were doing that very same thing. What ensued then was a galactic tug of war and help was sent for.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on June 16, 2010
Dr. Mitch Earleywine on hemp oil fuel, Founding Fathers and weed, medmj for asthma; Radical Rant on Oregon Nat’l Guard Soldier disciplined for medmj; music by Skyhouse.
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged ADHD, asthma, Cannabis Science, Colorado, Dr. Mitch Earleywine, Irie Wednesday, johnny reeferseed, marry wanna, National Guard, Oregon, Ritalin, schizophrenia, skyhouse, Supreme Court | Leave a response
By Johnny Reeferseed on June 16, 2010
Skyhouse is the musical mothership of Harris Levon McRae & Bets Pott. Both Bets and Harris are songwriters and multi-instrumentalists playing an interesting mix of musical instruments including guitar, bass, keyboards, piano, banjo, harmonica, and percussion. They have developed a sound that they have coined “Freggae”. It is a combination of Folk Rock/Reggae with all kinds of other things thrown in.
By Johnny Reeferseed on June 2, 2010
Souls of Love – the deep, inside feeling of oneness with self and others encompassing the true meaning of love, coming from the soul. Souls of Love is a reggae music collective assembled by ILocks, the longtime keyboardist and backing vocalist for Eek-A-Mouse and Ras Michael and The Sons Of Negus. Throughout his career, ILocks has bridged the gap between the black urban culture of Los Angeles and the influx of reggae music.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on June 2, 2010
Dr. Mitch answers live questions about high-cannabidiol strains and more; Arizona “halo” initiative qualifies for ballot; music by Souls of Love.
By Johnny Reeferseed on May 26, 2010
In 1980, Errol formed the band Messenjah. They recorded two albums and toured extensively for 6 years traveling across Canada and the U.S.A. When Messenjah disbanded in 1986, lead singer and bass player Errol Blackwood started a solo career. For his many scheduled club and concert performances throughout Canada and the US, he brought together several talented musicians in 1988 to create the band Injah, bringing a new sound to the Canadian reggae music scene.