Britt Daniel, Sun Kil Moon, Car Seat Headrest, and over 20 other musicians covered their favorite David Bowie songs during a special tribute on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show last night. Billy Corgan, Peter Frampton, Garbage, Bleachers, Gogol Bordello, Biffy Clyro, Dawes, Todd Rundgren, Lisa Loeb, Michael Penn, Daryl Hall, Corey Taylor, the Struts, and…
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Howard Stern will honor the memory of David Bowie with a musical special at 10 p.m. Friday. “The Howard Stern Tribute to David Bowie,” featuring a parade of artists inspired by Bowie...
"The Howard Stern Tribute to David Bowie" premieres February 9 on SiriusXM's Howard 101 channel and also features covers by Todd Rundgren, Gogol Bordello, Sun Kil Moon (ft Petra Haden), Lisa Loeb, Dawes, and more. Continue reading…
Howard Stern will pay tribute to late rock icon David Bowie on Friday night with a special on his Howard 101 SiriusXM satellite radio station featuring 25 acts performing their favorite Bowie tracks. "I've been listening to this special for about two weeks... it's killer," Stern enthused on Tuesday morning while previewing selections including Lisa…
Netflix has provided its first glimpse at David Letterman’s forthcoming talk show titled My Next Guest Needs No Introduction. The hourlong series will premiere next Friday, and five subsequent episodes will bow monthly through the first...Show More Summary
Dave’s lineup guests includes George Clooney, Malala Yousafzai, Jay-Z, Tina Fey, Howard Stern & President Barack Obama The post My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman Teaser appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The talk on whether the NBA should allow athletes smoke medical marijuana has been brought up as a regular topic once again after former NBA commissioner David Stern also agreed with that sentiment a few weeks back. Minnesota T-wolves star Karl-Anthony Towns then piggybacked off those comments and agreed as well. But why stop at […]
Towns agrees with David Stern. The post Karl-Anthony Towns: NBA Should Legalize Marijuana appeared first on SLAMonline.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones reminds Mark Cuban of Mark Cuban. The Mavericks owner had his share of knock-down-drag-outs with Commissioner David Stern and the NBA office early in his career. Jones now is embroiled in a public tug-of-war with the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell. “At the beginning, I was threatening to sue them every [more]
Last month, former NBA commissioner David Stern stated in an interview with Uninterrupted that he strongly believes marijuana should be removed from the NBA’s banned substance list, a sentiment that Karl-Anthony Towns wholeheartedly agrees with. “I agree with David Stern with marijuana,” the 22-year-old said. “You don’t have to actually make it “Mary J” [or] […]
Towns said he agrees with former NBA commissioner David Stern, who made the same argument last month
Former NBA commissioner David Stern appears to have changed his stance on the subject of marijuana, believing that the substance should be removed from the league’s ban list. During an appearance on a documentary by ex-NBA player AlShow More Summary
Former NBA Commissioner David Stern believes medicinal marijuana use should be allowed, but the league says it won't allow it for recreational use
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Former NBA Commissioner David Stern, who tightened up the league’s policy on marijuana during his tenure from 1984 until 2014, has reversed his opinion on the subject. In an interview with former NBA star Al Harrington, who now works in the cannabis industry, Stern said marijuana “probably should be removed from the banned substance list.” […]
With the benefits of medical marijuana becoming more widely recognized in the United States -- and recreational marijuana becoming legal in many states -- the NBA is continuing to study the product's effects before changing the league's regulations for its players.
David Stern, who famously clamped down on the marijuana policy during the CBA negotiations of 1999, has now had a change of heart regarding the recreational drug. The former NBA commissioner recently had a sit-down interview with former NBA player Al Harrington and he spoke candidly about how the league should allow players to smoke all […]
Stern thinks the legality of the drug should be based on state laws and not be restricted by the NBA. Former commissioner David Stern believes that the NBA should remove marijuana from its banned substances list and treat it the same as states, he said in an Uninterrupted mini-documentary, The Concept of Cannabis. Show More Summary
David Stern’s thoughts on marijuana have changed.