Sublime Biopic In Creation at 3000 Pictures with Director Francis Lawrence Directing

One of the biggest music acts of the 1990s is getting the biopic treatment from Hollywood. A new film on rock band Sublime is in development by Sony Pictures with The Hunger Games helmer Francis Lawrence attached to direct. Sony’s 3000 Pictures, Chernin Entertainment, Dave Kaplan and Peter Paterno are developing the film; Kaplan and Paterno, the driving forces […]

Film Maker, Musician, Festival Producer – The Life of Josh Fischel

June 25, 2022 would have been Josh Fischel’s 53rd birthday, but instead, we celebrated the prolific entrepreneur with the feature-length documentary ‘How to Throw Your Own Goodbye Party’. The newly released documentary takes us through the last years of his life focusing on the Long Beach street festival: Music Taste Good (2016).  In 2016 The […]

Spray Allen to Release Debut Album: “Needful Things”

Sublime’s Eric Wilson has a new band where he’s one-half the rhythm section with Unwritten Law’s drummer Wade Youman. The band is called Spray Allen and they have announced their debut album, Needful Things. The group consists of Eric Wilson on Bass, Wade Youman on Drums, Eric Sherman on Guitar and Daniel Lonner on vocals. […]

Behind the Photo: Lou Dog Is Not Inside the Van!!

Ryan White from SRH explains the story behind an iconic Sublime photo and Losing Lou Doug: In the mid 90’s, Sublime shows were always a little sketchy. We always knew they’d show up, but they sure made us sweat more than a few times, skipping any kind of sound check and showing up right when […]

Sublime’s “Live At E’s” Song Title Was A Tribute To Eazy E

Marshall Goodman, aka “Bradley’s on the microphone with Ras MG,” first met Brad Nowell of Sublime when he was about 14-years-old. Brad was in a band with Marshall’s older sister, Ruth, who was known all around Long Beach as a great saxophonist. The band was called Sloppy Seconds and it also featured Eric Wilson on […]

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