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The Passing Of A Vegan Prince

Written by Vegetarian Star on Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 in Male Musicians, Male Singers.


It’s a sorrowful week for music lovers and vegans alike, as Prince, one of the greatest masters of funk, R & B, jazz, pop and a mixture of everything else, has passed.

The singer left the world at his famous home and recording studio, Paisley Park, in Chanhassen, Minnesota on Thursday, April 21, 2016.

He was 57.

Prince was known by many names including Jamie Starr, Alexander Nevermind, Joey Coco Prince, that symbol that was also called the “Love Symbol” and The Artist Formerly Known as Prince.

He was also known as a vegan.

So many influential people in the music industry have spoken on this shocking news, but producer L.A. Reid may have summed it up perfectly by noting that nothing like this was ever expected from someone apparently so healthy.


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“I’ve been a vegan for two years, so that’s helped my already good-looking self.  I think that eating healthy is important.”

“We have to be about making our planet more greener, the urban areas more sustainable for the children. We can’t just talk about it, we have to be about it.”

–legendary musician Stevie Wonder.

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Moby Opens Little Pine Vegan Restaurant

Written by Vegetarian Star on Saturday, November 21st, 2015 in Business, Food & Drink, Male Musicians, Male Singers, Restaurants.


Moby has made a comeback in the vegan restaurant world like a one hit wonder 80s band makes a comeback in 2015.

Okay, so Teany was more than a one hit wonder.

But vegans in the LA area will still appreciate that the long pause between his business endeavors has ended.

His new restaurant, Little Pine, located near his home in Los Angeles, will feature a variety of delicious entrees and be a completely relaxed environment with one important rule:

No Moby music allowed!


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Zahia Dehar PETA

When one vegetarian captures another on camera, it’s something beautiful.

Such is the example in a new pro-vegetarian ad featuring Zahia Dehar sectioned and marked like the animals that go to market.

Singer, musician and vegetarian Bryan Adams is behind the photography of this provocative piece.

The ad reminds everyone that most mammals have similar regions on their bodies that can be labeled just as the animals eaten by people.


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Noel Gallagher

There’s nothing more complimenting that being told you’re admired for something somebody else can’t stand.

That may be the way Morrissey should feel after a comment by Noel Gallagher in Rolling Stone on the British singer’s vegetarian demands for the venues at which he performs.

Gallagher told the rock music magazine that although he appreciates Morrissey’s passion, he wants nothing to f*cking do with it.


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Slice Of Vegan Celebrity Birthday Cake To (Drum Roll)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, April 27th, 2015 in Birthdays, Male Musicians, Politicians.

Cory Booker

A big slice of vegan birthday cake goes out to the following vegetarian or vegan celebrities.

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A guys night out is meant to be a manly night out, and there’s nothing manlier than two men digging their teeth into vegan food.

Lenny Kravitz and Denzel Washington were spotted leaving Crossroads, a popular vegan restaurant in West Hollywood, California.


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Jason Mraz EatingWell

Vegetarian Star has featured Jason Mrazs avocado contraptions several times over the years.

His recent interview with EatingWell is the perfect way to recap some of his favorite items that feature the creamy green fruit.

The musician’s chocolate guacamole pudding–chocomole–has been a popular recipe he’s shared with the media.

For the latest issue of EatingWell, Mraz not only provided the instructions for the chocolatey goodness, but made a quick video of himself preparing it.


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