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High Times

High Times is a New York-based monthly magazine founded in 1974 and devoted to the legalization of cannabis.

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Ted Nugent: Good Clean Fun: An Interview with Ted Nugent

Interview by Glenn O'Brien, High Times, Summer 1977

A Ted Nugent concert is an incredible musical experience, but that's just the beginning. While Ted and the boys are churning out some of the ...

Keith Richards, The Rolling Stones: Keith Richards: Heroin, old age, rhythm and blues

Interview by Victor Bockris, High Times, February 1978

KEITH RICHARD has been the Rolling Stones' lead guitarist for the last 15 years and one of rock's leading crusaders and criminals. His most recent ...

Frank Zappa: America's Weirdest Rock Star Comes Clean

Interview by John Swenson, High Times, March 1980

FRANK ZAPPA is probably the most misunderstood man in the history of popular music. ...

Bob Dylan: Bobfest: Bringing It All Back To Dylan

Retrospective by Larry Jaffee, High Times, February 1993

He's a pop-culture icon who gave the 1960s counterculture an attitude, a look and a song, 'The Times They Are A-Changin'', that became the anthem ...

Blondie, Debbie Harry: The HT Interview: Debbie Harry

Interview by Victor Bockris, High Times, October 1996

(RBP Editor's note — the original article in High Times was printed missing a section. Victor Bockris provided us with material which, in part, filled ...

David Amram, Jack Kerouac: David Amram's Beat Memories

Retrospective and Interview by Victor Bockris, High Times, December 2003

David Amram is an American treasure. A multi-instrumentalist who can play in all styles, he's composed classical concertos and symphonies, accompanied poets on spoken-word records, ...

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