Marijuana and music have always gone together. This is nothing new, and with widespread legalization on its way, the connection between the two will likely only become stronger. Now that a number of states have already made the selling and buying of weed legal, many musicians that have been longtime fans are finding ways to turn a profit on the drug, and one, in particular, is trying to make the experience of purchasing weed much more high class.
Musician Brendan Hill has been using marijuana for decades, and he claims that it has helped him succeed in his chosen career. As a member of the Grammy-winning band Blues Traveller, Hill says he has used marijuana for a long time, and that it truly makes him, and others, better at their jobs. “When you’re playing live and being creative on a daily basis, I think cannabis helps you get to that flow moment without much effort,” he explained, adding that weed helps form a “connection between the players,” which is especially important when playing live. [Read more at Forbes]
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