Haters gonna hate. No one knows this better than Rome, who’s had to deal with it ever since he started performing with the remaining members of Sublime. To him, it’s all Mexican food. Wait, what?
The first time Rome Ramirez got onstage to perform Sublime songs made famous by Bradley Nowell, a 4:20 bro-down with his band set the tone for the rest of the tour.
The 24-year-old frontman for Long Beach legends Sublime talks about the worst job he ever had, and why he’d rather work on a roof than arrange desk chairs at an office supply store.
We have an exclusive look at the season finale’s featured artist, Sublime With Rome, performing “Wrong Way.”
LIVE 105 is celebrating the release of Rome‘s solo EP, Dedication, with a special acoustic performance in Rome’s hometown of Fremont.
Here it is, Sublime with Rome’s brand new music video for “Panic”. This is their first single and music video from the forthcoming album Yours Truly.
By now you’ve heard that moody [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Jack White[/lastfm] song ‘Two Against One’…you probably think its a new [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]White Stripes[/lastfm] song, but its not.
We know you love [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Sublime with Rome[/lastfm], so we have a sneak peek (er, um, I mean sneak listen) of the new Sublime song “Panic” just for you! The band has been hard at […]
It seems legendary producer [lastfm]Danger Mouse[/lastfm] (Brian Burton) is everywhere these days, and he’s only getting bigger. After taking home this year’s GRAMMY for Producer of the Year, Burton has teamed up with Italian composer […]
The No Name Show kicks it with Festival Stage artists The Dirty Heads: