GRAND OPENING of Harvest – Interview with Gary Chapman – Local Business Spotlight


Gary Chapman Director of Community Outreach for LabCanna stopped by the station to chat with Casey about a grand opening that took place this past weekend! Harvest by LabCanna is a CBD infused eatery that opened its doors this past weekend, serving up mouth-watering options with all the benefits of hemp products. With show-stopping options like a Philly brisket cheesesteak that had Casey weak in the knees, you can’t go wrong with Harvest by LabCanna. While you can’t get high from any of their products, some cannabis jokes are included on the menu.

Hemp or CBD can be integrated into any diet, and the possibilities are endless! Whether you have a dairy intolerance or are looking for for a plant-based alternative, hemp milk is an excellent suggestion from the beds at Harvest by LabCanna. Casey was a fan of the pork butt, who would have guessed.

Chef Danny is a real professional, and with help from Erin Crawford, the team at LabCanna is working to make this dream come to life! Education, explanation, and wellness are all pillars of the LabCanna and Harvest projects, with passion being the driving force for this family-fueled business.

Storytelling and live music, even featuring our special guest, Gary, taking the stage, were just some of the highlights from the grand opening. If you missed their event, you could still catch them at 1880 Fairview Blvd Tuesday-Saturday 7AM-7PM. Also, listen in on Casey and Gary’s chat leading up to the grand opening this past Saturday, then let us know what you think in the comments below!

Written by Rachel Weaver

Casey is that rarest of creatures…a Native Tennesseean. His love of music can be traced to the day his dad sat him down and played him Bo Diddley’s “Who Do You Love?” Everything pretty much changed after that. He began his broadcasting career at the age of 14 at an AM station in Northern Middle Tennessee. It was there he learned how to cue vinyl records, splice tape with razor blades, and other skills that no longer serve any purpose. In the late nineties, he was the host of our evening show until management decided that probably wasn’t a good idea anymore. Casey returned to Nashville airwaves in 2016. When he isn’t on the air, he spends his time with his wife and son. He would also appreciate it if you’d get offa his lawn.