Earlier this year saw the announcement of Beachlife, Southern California’s newest music festival. The line up boasts legendary acts such as the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, Willie Nelson, Steel Pulse, Donavon Frankenreiter, Violent Femmes, and Grace Potter making for one of the regions most regarded festivals. And, today, the festival announced that Ocean Beach-based Slightly Stoopid will be added to the lineup, and will perform a majority of songs from their renowned unplugged Acoustic Roots record.
Over the weekend we caught up with Miles Doughty, frontman and guitarist of Slightly Stoopid, to chat with him about being added to the bill, hanging out with Bob Weir, smoking OG Kush, getting searched by customs in Canada, and what it was like to know Sublime’s Bradley Nowell—Long Beach’s man, myth, and legendary reggae-rock hero who started it all.
High Times: I’ve heard the Slightly Stoopid set at Beachlife is going to be an acoustic…
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