The growing list of mainstream music artists who are adding their names and brands into the cannabis arena is starting to feel a bit like the quickly over-expanding roster of 2020 Democratic Presidential hopefuls. On Monday, Jenny Lewis added herself to the already-sizable list of artists like Jimmy Buffett, Action Bronson, Biggie‘s son, and Dean Ween as music industry names hoping to cash in on the highly-profitable “Green Rush” with the launch of her own cannabis strain, “The Rabbit Hole.”
Named after one of the tracks featured on her recently-released On The Line LP, “The Rabbit Hole” was produced with Glass House Farms, a legalized indoor growing facility located in Carpinteria, CA. Fans and cannabis consumers will soon be able to purchase Lewis’ new strain at dispensaries located around the state, as the product will be available in 5-packs of half-gram pre-rolls.
Lewis is currently on tour throughout the rest of the month in support of her new studio album. On The Line, her first solo project since 2014’s The Voyager saw Lewis teaming up with notable collaborators including Ringo Starr and Don Was. Lewis’ 2019 tour plans will also see her performing throughout the summer and into the fall months. Fans can also catch Lewis performing at a mix of 2019 music festivals including California’s Ohana Festival, Tennessee’s Pilgrimage Music Festival, Florida’s Sing Out Loud Festival, Ohio’s WonderBus Festival, and Texas’ ACL Fest, just to name a few.
Tickets for Lewis 2019 performances are on sale now and can be purchased on the tour page of her website.
RABBIT HOLE PRE ROLLS
💕SOUR DIESEL 💕
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— jenny lewis (@jennylewis) May 13, 2019