Memphis, Tenn (PRWEB) August 8, 2007
Can marijuana be smoked responsibly? You bet your bong it can. Musician and pot decriminalization advocate Muck Sticky touts the positive in his latest album, "Bobolink Cove," on shelves Aug. 7.
"Bobolink Cove" is Muck Sticky's fourth album and is named after the street where he grew up. "Bobolink Cove is where I learned about life. My childhood is filled with great memories! I was inspired to create an album to the special place where I learned the value of being kind to others," says Muck. "The entertainment business is full of violence and hate. I intend to bring nothing but fun!"
The producer of "Bobolink Cove" is Scott Bomar, score composer for the film "Hustle & Flow" and music producer and composer for "Black Snake Moan."
Muck Sticky is riding high with his music. Just in the last few months, he has had six songs on the score of the Three 6 Mafia MTV show "Adventures in Hollyhood," plus having well over a million and a half song plays on MySpace.com -- placing him in the top 100 unsigned MySpace artists in the world (Top 5 in Tennessee and No. 1 in Memphis).
That's not all: Muck, a vocal advocate for decriminalizing marijuana, performed at the 19th Annual High Times Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam last year and will be there again in November for the 20th annual celebration. He will also perform at the American Marijuana Music Awards on Oct. 13 in Brooklyn, NY.
In a world filled with violence, Muck Sticky advocates that you can be cool without hurting anyone. In setting a new standard for pop culture music, he encourages young people to become a more positive, enlightened, generation without preaching to them. It's OK to be yourself, he says, to have fun and do crazy things and not wake up feeling guilty the next morning. Shed the guilt society throws at you and get on with your life mission, he says, even if it is simply promoting happy times. That's one reason people say, "It's not a band, it's a revolution!"
For seven years, Muck Sticky has been manufacturing fun with strong grass-roots support. His innovative style of comedy-rappin', bluegrass-hip-hoppin', tickle-your-noggin', feel-good music is a mix of Beck, Cheech and Chong, South Park's Mr. Hanky, Weird Al Yankovic, and a non-violent Eminem.
Muck's advocacy for changing cannabis laws is strong. "We must do everything we can to proudly represent marijuana in the positive light it deserves," he says. "It is time that our government becomes solution-oriented, and works with us instead of against us."
Discography of Muck Sticky:
"The Nifty Mervous Thrifty"
"The Sticky Muck"
"Muck Sticky Wants You"