This weekend, stoners from across the Front Range will converge upon Red Rocks to celebrate 4/20. Two acts will be on hand to raise a toast roast commemorating the occasion, and you'd be hard-pressed to find a more fitting pair to do the roasting: the hemp-hop icons in Cypress Hill, and their SoCal-based punk-rock/reggae-funk counterparts in Slightly Stoopid. We recently linked up Stoopid frontman Miles Doughty with one of the city's more high-profile connoisseurs — our very own marijuana critic, William Breathes — for a chat about the event, about playing with members of the Grateful Dead and, of course, about which strains he's been smoking lately. Stop by the Backbeat blog to read the full interview.
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