When Sublime’s lead singer Bradley Nowell passed away at the height of the band’s fame in 1996, fans of the ska-punk meets reggae and hip-hop band were devastated. At the time, Sublime had a radio hit on heavy rotation (“Date Rape”), just co-headlined the first Vans Warped Tour, and were set to release their first major label album—a self-titled work that spawned chart-topping gems like “What I Got,” “Wrong Way,” “Santeria,” Doin’ Time” and “April 29, 2992 (Miami).” However, in 2010, Eric Wilson (founding member of Sublime) joined forces with musician and singer Rome Ramirez to christen Sublime With Rome. They brought Sublime’s material back on Tour in 2010 to the delight of fans across the nation who were eager to once again hear the bands’ repertoire LIVE on stage. Sublime with Rome also hit the studio to record their debut album, Yours Truly, with guitarist Paul Leery of the Butthole Surfers who also produced Sublime’s third and final album. The new album yielded the hit singles “Panic” (which climbed to No. 4 on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart), “Lovers Rock” and “Take It or Leave It”— music reminiscent of the ska-punk glory days when bands like Fishbone, No Doubt, Reel Big Fish and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones ruled the airwaves. Yours Truly garnered new fans who were eager to grab Sublime with Rome concert tickets in order to experience the new material LIVE in concert, as well as to witness them perform the classic Sublime tunes that made the band one of the most successful and influential alternative music acts in history.