Dan Aykroyd & Jim Belushi Bring Back 'The Blues Brothers' for Pot Harvest Party
Jim Belushi paid tribute to his late brother by resurrecting one of the greatest comedy music duos of all time, The Blues Brothers.
The magic went down over the weekend at Belushi's Oregon ranch, which he has turned into an impressive marijuana grow operation.
Belushi's Farm held the 3rd Annual Harvest Party to celebrate the succesful crop he and the team recently harvested after many months of tending to their crops.
The party also doubled as a charity event, as local blues musician, Johnny Wheels, who is a quadriplegic, is raising money to afford a vehicle that can cater to his special needs.
To help bring out the crowds and the cash, Belushi tapped his good friend and late brother John's old comedy partner, Dan Aykroyd, to bring the soul out to Oregon with a revamped version of "The Blues Brothers."
Aykroyd and Jim's brother, the late John Belushi, originally founded the famous sketch back in 1978 on "Saturday Night Live."
He rolled up to the party in a vintage police car with "City of Fairview Police" on the side. Inside the car, mugshots of Jake and Elwood could be seen taped the dashboard.
The two performed various hits to a screaming crowd of people, who were also smoking up a storm of Belushi's high-grade cannabis.
The star is going all in on "The Blues Brothers" theme, as they also unveiled a line of pre-rolled cannabis joints branded with the iconic duo.
"Thank you to everyone who came and celebrated this years grow / jammed out with us last night at our Harvest Party! We’d like to give special thanks to the crew for all your hard work, Dan Aykroyd, Guitar Shorty, Captain Jack, the band, and Johnny Wheels - what a night!" Belushi wrote about the event on Instagram.
He also revealed that $57,000 was raised for Johnny Wheels.
Belushi, who is also filming a reality TV show based on his marijuana farm, recently revealed one of his trademark crops will be the strain of pot made famous for being smoked backstage during the golden years of "SNL."