Rome Ramirez biography

Rome Ramirez

Dub, Composer

1988 –

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Who is Rome Ramirez?

Roman René Ramírez, better known as Rome Ramirez or simply Rome, is an American singer and guitarist best known for playing with Josh Freese and Eric Wilson from Sublime in the band Sublime with Rome. The lineup initially featured original Sublime drummer Bud Gaugh before his departure in 2011. Despite participation by Gaugh and Wilson, the family of deceased Sublime member Bradley Nowell legally challenged the use of the Sublime name by the surviving members. Nowell actually registered the trademark "Sublime" under his own name prior to his death and had sole ownership. The lineup featuring Rome, Wilson and Bud Gaugh released their debut album Yours Truly on July 12, 2011.

Rome co-wrote the song "Lay Me Down" with The Dirty Heads and is featured in the song singing the chorus. It has also been confirmed that Rome has been working extensively with Enrique Iglesias on his 10th studio album.

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Born
Jun 11, 1988
Fremont
Nationality
  • United States of America
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on July 23, 2013

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