Rhino Podcast Goes Up in Smoke with Cheech & Chong

Cheech & Chong in 2018
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There's some good news and bad news about this week's episode of the Rhino Podcast. The bad news is, if you were hoping Dave would appear on this episode...Dave's not here.

The good news, then, is that Rich Mahan's latest guests is the duo that popularized "Dave" and a half-century of stoner humor: Cheech & Chong! Fresh off the 50th anniversary of their debut album, the pair come armed with great stories about their act that'll make you laugh no matter how much you've smoked before you listen.

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In here, Cheech & Chong dish about the unusual nightclub where they honed their act, how a green card cost Chong a spot in a Motown touring band, the terms of their first big record deal and advance, and the real-life prank that inspired "Dave." They also discuss writing songs like their biggest hit, "Earache My Eye."

It's a killer Q&A filled with great stories and nice dreams. Hear it here or wherever you get your podcasts!


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