George Harrison Estate and Dad Grass Celebrate Grammy Win and Over 50 Years of ‘All Things Must Pass’

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At the 64th annual Grammy Awards ceremony at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on April 3, the George Harrison Estate accepted a Grammy Award for “Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package” after releasing the All Things Must Pass: 50th Anniversary Edition. The album hit number one last August in the Billboard Top Rock Albums chart, over 20 years after Harrison’s departure from the material world.

To celebrate, Dad Grass today announced a special collaboration of hemp-derived CBD + CBG pre-rolls and accessories, working closely with the George Harrison Estate. The scope of his influence in music is difficult to gauge, as Harrison’s extraordinary talent emerged from the best-selling musical act of all time in certified sales.

“George himself was a mystic blend. A blend of cultures, styles, times—you name it,” Dad Grass’ co-founders Ben Starmer and Joshua Katz told High Times. “He was living proof that certain blends, of the right ingredients and in the proper proportions, do it better. So we set out to craft an all new kind of joint. A mix of Dad Grass CBD flower and Mom Grass CBG flower. CBD for physical harmony and CBG for mental clarity. A peaceful balance of our two favorite and most enlightening cannabinoids, all wrapped up to deliver what we call a ‘heart high’.”

Courtesy of The George Harrison Estate / Dad GrassStarmer and Katz continued, “It might sound cheesy, but it’s our love song to George and his beautiful dualities. Our tribute to him as a catalyst for creativity and connection. A special blend that we hope is worthy of George’s name and legacy.”

To date, no other estate associated with The Beatles has ventured anywhere in the territory of hemp and/or cannabis. It began as a fleeting joke, but snowballed …

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Author: Benjamin M. Adams / High Times

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