Willie’s Reserve, the Denver-based cannabis brand from singer-songwriter Willie Nelson, unveiled its first partnership with a Colorado musician over the weekend.
Country music star Willie Nelson’s marijuana company announced it had raised $12 million for expansion.
In a video interview aboard his tour bus, Willie Nelson asks Attorney General Jeff Sessions to open his mind on drug policy.
Toby Keith is back to smoking marijuana with Willie Nelson in his new party song, “Wacky Tobaccy,” in a tour-bus jam video session.
Op-ed: No one in Texas has more cultural credibility or cachet than Willie Nelson does. He should leverage it to help end the state’s marijuana prohibition.
Willie Nelson wants his friend Loretta Lynn to give pot a second chance.
Weed unites. Over the holidays, Snoop Dogg gifted Willie Nelson with one of the most awesome holiday sweaters we’ve ever seen.
Willie Nelson talks in detail with The Cannabist on his lifelong relationship with weed — his first time getting high (he didn’t), his willingness to sesh with Donald Trump and the actual intent behind ‘Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die’
Posing for pictures is part of being a gov. Posing with a can of marijuana? Not so much.
Willie Nelson’s five specialty cannabis strains from Willie’s Reserve is now available in pot shops. Our weed critic gives his take on tastes and more.
Willie Nelson and his family and team are legally growing marijuana for the first time in the country singer and legalization activist’s lifetime.
Willie Nelson’s much-hyped marijuana brand Willie’s Reserve will debut in Washington state pot shops this month and in Colorado marijuana stores in August, Nelson’s team told The Cannabist exclusively.
The country music legend’s cannabis business Willie’s Reserve is nearing its launch in Colorado — and the marijuana company is currently hiring for five positions.
After all these hazy decades, Willie Nelson doesn’t know much about marijuana.
Celebrating the style of music legend and cannabis crusader Willie Nelson, who has a new memoir, “It’s a Long Story: My Life,” on sale Tuesday, May 5. “I owe marijuana a lot,” he writes. “I think I can fairly make the claim that marijuana — in the place of booze, cocaine and tobacco — has contributed to my longevity.”
Move over, Marley Natural — another weed-worshiping musician is throwing his hat into the aromatic arena. Willie’s Reserve is the latest celebrity marijuana brand to excite pot aficionados, brought to you by country legend Willie Nelson.
Snoop Dogg shares the story of the time he collaborated with country legend Willie Nelson on the song “My Medicine.” They worked on the track in Amsterdam, where inspirational weed smoking gave way to a major case of the munchies.
So how exactly did Maureen Dowd end up sitting across from country legend Willie Nelson on his tour bus the Honeysuckle Rose? “The man is the patron saint of pot, after all, and I’m the poster girl for bad pot trips,” Dowd wrote in her most recent New York Times column. “It seemed like a match made in hash heaven.”
Reddit nearly lost its mind in July when Snoop Dogg owned up to smoking a joint at the White House. But let’s not forget the time Willie Nelson lit up on the roof of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. See the video.
Colorado congressman Jared Polis was hanging out with legendary country singer Willie Nelson on Tuesday afternoon. See their selfie.
Willie Nelson, Whoopi Goldberg and the children of Bob Marley and are just a few of the growing number of celebrities jumping into the marijuana industry.
Wiz Khalifa has his own marijuana strain. Snoop Dogg has an entire line of edibles, concentrates and flower. Willie Nelson’s company is actually growing its own cannabis plants. And now Bob Marley’s youngest son has a pot shop branded with his name and aesthetics.
We’re talking about problems legal marijuana businesses are having with social media and sudden shutdowns of their accounts on Instagram, Twitter and others; Willie Nelson’s new line of Willie’s Reserve weed shops; planning a cannabis-friendly wedding; how to succeed in national business expansion; and changing marijuana laws on the East Coast and in the South.
“Celebrity Weed Freakout” is a reality TV show that needs to happen right now. Here are five other shows we’d like to see. Check out the pitches for “Swamp Stoners” and “Willie Nelson’s Next Top Model.”
So apparently getting high in the White House (or at least saying that you did) is the new gold standard for celebrities who love weed. Remember when Willie Nelson smoked up on the White House’s roof? He does — kind of. Snoop Dogg maintains that he got stoned inside the White House — “in the bathroom,” he said. And now stoner-actor Seth Rogen says he’s going to get high in the White House.