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Featuring founding members of Sublime, drummer Bud Gaugh and bass player Eric Wilson with new frontman, singer/guitarist Rome
- Sublime with Rome is reintroducing themselves and Sublimes music to fans across the country.
Rome, a 21-year-old northern California native, was introduced to Gaugh and Wilson in 2008. Last year, a handful of jam sessions
led to an impromptu show at a small club in Nevada flooring a packed-house crowd. The trio later performed a one-off at the
Smokeout Festival last fall and was a surprise special guest at the infamous KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas show, before officially
dubbing themselves Sublime with Rome. The band returned to the stage for the first time in 14-years, fittingly on 4/20/10
for two highly anticipated, sold out nights at the Hollywood Palladium to rave reviews.
Our shows are full of surprises, said Gaugh. Sublime has never used a set list. We are performing songs
off every album and mix it up from show to show, never delivering the same set twice. Weve also been working on some
new material and have put together a couple of songs with Rome. We want to celebrate the music and share the experience with
Stated Wilson, Many of our songs have never been performed live, most notably our self-titled release. Songs such as
April 26, 1992, Under My Voodoo, Burritos and even What I Got are finally
getting their proper stage debuts.
Sublime has so many fans and attracts new fans every year who were never able to see Sublime perform live after Bradley
passed away, said Troy Nowell-Holmes. One of the inspirations for forming Sublime with Rome was to
bring Brads spirit in his music back to the fans and to give the new fans a glimpse of what it was like to see Sublime
One of the most notable and successful ska-punk bands of all time, Sublime has sold over 17 million albums worldwide with
the groups music remaining in constant radio rotation across the country. Influential Los Angeles rock radio station
KROQ has listed Sublime as the #3 act in their annual biggest bands list for the last six years in a row with
the single Date Rape ranking as the all-time most requested song at the station. To this day, the groups
multi-platinum landmark debut album 40oz. to Freedom, lo-fi follow up Robbin the Hood, and multi-platinum
self-titled major label debut (a virtual greatest hits set in itself) are all widely regarded as music collection staples.
Formed in Long Beach in 1988, Sublimes final performance was in the spring of 1996.