Sublime with Rome is scheduled to arrive at the House of Blues in Boston Monday, May 3rd as part of their 2010 string of concert dates across the U.S. Members Bud Gaugh and Eric Wilson are ready to reunite on stage for the first time in 14 years, welcoming lead singer “Rome” to join them in paying tribute to original frontman Bradley Nowell. They are currently working on some new material, but will be sure to showcase their most recognized hits on tour.
The group will make their debut at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles for two nights starting Tuesday, April 20th before the Filmore Auditorium in Denver welcomes them in on Monday, April 26th. Their two week run will end on Wednesday, May 5th at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia. Sublime is most well known through classic tracks “What I Got,” “Santeria” and “Wrong Way.” Their self-titled album went on to sell 17 million copies since its release in July of 1996. Don’t miss Sublime with Rome live in concert! Tickets are now available with us at Ace!
Sublime members Bud Gaugh and Eric Wilson are ready to reunite with a handful of U.S. tour dates 14-years after the tragic death of original frontman Bradley Nowell. The veteran rockers will bring in 21-year old California native “Rome” to fill in and pay tribute to Bradley as lead singer. Sublime with Rome is set to revamp at the Hollywood Palladium on Tuesday, April 20th.
“This tour will be full of surprises,” said Gaugh. “Sublime has never used a set list. We will be performing songs off every album and will mix it up from show to show, never delivering the same set twice. We’ve also been working on some new material and have put together a couple of songs with Rome. We’re excited to introduce them, and Rome, to all our fans.”
Sublime is recognized as one of the most successful ska-punk bands ever, selling a total of 17 million albums worldwide. Don’t miss your chance to catch Sublime with Rome when they arrive in your area! Tickets are now available!
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