This is going to be an amazing HASH BASH!!!
Join MCB's hippie-funk homeboys in Ann Arbor, The Macpodz, for the 39th Annual Hash Bash celebration at the Blind Pig on April 3rd from 8PM to 2AM - 18+
$10 Pre-sale / $15 at the door.
Tickets also at the 8 Ball Saloon below Blind Pig
& John Sinclair
John Sinclair who started hash bash is flying in from Amsterdam to perform his scat poetry with The Macpodz & Laith Al-Saadi backing him up! This is going to happen at 9PM SHARP!! Laith will also be joining The Macpodz later in the evening on guitar.
Here is some history on John Sinclair and his involvement with Hash Bash
--------After a series of convictions for possession of marijuana, Sinclair was sentenced to 10 years in prison in 1969 after giving two joints of marijuana to an undercover narcotics officer. This sentence inspired Abbie Hoffman to jump on the stage during The Who's performance at Woodstock to protest. It also sparked the landmark "Free John Now Rally" at Ann Arbor's Crisler Arena in December 1971. The event brought together a who's who of left-wing luminaries, including pop musicians John Lennon (who recorded the song, "John Sinclair" on his Some Time in New York City album), Yoko Ono, David Peel, Stevie Wonder, Phil Ochs and Bob Seger, jazz artists Archie Shepp and Roswell Rudd, and speakers Allen Ginsberg, Abbie Hoffman, Rennie Davis, David Dellinger, Jerry Rubin, and Bobby Seale. Three days after the rally, Sinclair was released from prison when the Michigan Supreme Court ruled that the state's marijuana statutes were unconstitutional. These events inspired the creation of Ann Arbor’s annual pro-legalization Hash Bash rally, which continues to be held as of 2009, and contributed to the drive for decriminalization of marijuana under the Ann Arbor city charter (see Marijuana laws in Ann Arbor, Michigan).
Amazing Right!! John Lennon also wrote a song called John Sinclair..
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