Haze Radio Network

Aug 04 2020 56 mins

Satellite radio dedicated to the music, culture and spirit of the cannabis lifestyle.


















Cannthropology | A Tribute To DR. LESTER GRINSPOON
Jul 31 2020 105 mins  
FEATURING HIS SON DAVID GRINSPOON, FORMER NORML EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS KEITH STROUP & ALLEN ST. PIERRE, WAMM COFOUNDER VALERIE LEVERONI CORRAL, AND FORMER HIGH TIMES ASS. PUBLISHER RICK CUSICK In this special extended episode of Cannthropology, we honor the passing of the “Godfather of Medical Marijuana” Dr. Lester Grinspoon. To memorialize his life and legacy, host Bobby Black welcomes on some of those who were closest to the good doctor: his son, astrobiologist and author David Grinspoon; NORML founder Keith Stroup, former NORML executive director Allen St. Pierre, WAMM cofounder Valerie Leveroni Corral, and former High Times associate publisher Rick Cusick, who all share some of their favorite memories, anecdotes, and insights into one of the consequential advocates in the cannabis community. Dr. Lester Grinspoon was an Associate Professor Emeritus at Harvard University, where he received his doctorate in psychiatry and went on to teach for decades before retiring in 2000. Widely considered “the intellectual leader of the cannabis legalization movement,” he was the author of over 150 articles in various scientific journals, as well as twelve books including two on cannabis: Marijuana, The Forbidden Medicine in 1993, and the classic Marihuana Reconsidered in 1971, which to this day is hailed as a landmark in medical marijuana research and advocacy. Dr. Grinspoon passed away peacefully on the morning of June 25, at his home in the suburbs of Boston after just having celebrated his 92nd birthday the previous day.









































































Business Outlaws | How Is Social Media Killing The Music Industry? Ft. Che Pope
May 01 2020 79 mins  
Kanye. Dr. Dre. Lauryn Hill. Since he first began his music-producing career in the mid-’90s, Grammy award-winning Che Pope has worked with some of the world’s most influential R&B and hip hop artists. And in that time, he’s built and launched the careers of countless recording artists. “Talent is one thing,” he admits, “[but] I think that there are some people that are ... less talented, but they work so hard at what they do that they’ve had that success because they’re such hard workers.”This week on Episode 51 of Business Outlaws, BigMike and Chris “Bulldog” Collins grill Pope on what it takes to make it in the music business. Pope tells them about how the music industry used to be — and how young artists can take advantage of today’s technology to grow their audience. “I believe technology has gotten us to a point where artists can participate in the profits,” Pope shares. In the past, record labels held all the power — but that’s now changing. Fast. The barriers of entry are easier, “because of social media,” Pope asserts. “What that means is that there’s a lot of disposable music out there. A lot of trash.” On this week’s ep, the Outlaws talk about the pitfalls of social media, online album releases — and how talented artists get suckered into giving up their profits. When you’re done listening to Episode 51, make sure you catch behind-the-scenes and exclusive content by heading over to BusinessOutlaws.com.
































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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