Cheech & Chong
In 1972, the duo wrote a screenplay that Cheech called, "an X-rated movie....an extension of what we do on stage," Lou Adler would produce the feature.
Doing their part to help voter registration in San Antonio, Texas, a Cheech & Chong concert was the prize offered to the high school that registered the most voters.
In October, the DAR rejected having Cheech & Chong perform at Constitution Hall in Washington, DC. The group was rebooked into the Kennedy Center and performed for a sold out audience.
In 1973 Cheech & Chong's albums were added to the White House Library Of Music.
The working title of the album Los Cochinos was Sex, Drugs and Cheap Thrills.
- Cheech & Chong Flick. Record World, September 8, 1972.
- Registration Race. Record World, September 23, 1972.
- Cheech & Chong, Nixed by DAR, Sell Out JFK Hall. Record World, October 21, 1972.
- Cheech & Chong to White House. RPM, June 2, 1973.