The Phish Tribute To The High Priest of Glam-Rock, David Bowie

There's no doubt that David Bowie was always on a different plane of existence than the rest of us. For instance, at age 17, he founded The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Long-Haired Men.

Yes, that was a thing. He discussed their mission in a 1964 TV appearance, in which he was still going by Davey Jones. (He went on to change his name to avoid confusion with the frontman of The Monkees.)

But despite his creation of bizarre stage personas - like Ziggy Stardust, The Thing White Duke and Jareth the Goblin King - Bowie never embraced cannabis culture.

But the culture certainly embraced Bowie. In 1986, marijuana jam band Phish released this track in honor of the glam-rock pioneer. Have a listen to as we remember Bowie:

h/t Spin, BBC, All Music


This Massachusetts Democrat - and 2020 presidential candidate - has a strong history of supporting veterans' access to medical marijuana. Over the years, Congressman Seth Moulton has acted as the primary sponsor on three cannabis-related bills—all of them focusing on improving veteran access to medical marijuana. As an Iraq War vet himself, Moulton has taken a strong stance in supporting the health and well-being of other veterans who continue to be barred from accessing medical marijuana - even in states where it's legal - because federal prohibition prevents Veterans Affairs from letting vets use medical cannabis.

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