When Sublime's original frontman Bradley Nowell died in 1996 from a heroin overdose, the band's final album had not yet been released, and Nowell did not get to see the monumental success of "What I Got," "Wrong Way" and "Santeria." Sublime's reggae-inflected ska punk soon dominated radio airwaves, and the band's music still sounds as fresh and breezy today as it did in the '90s. You can revisit those hits when Sublime tribute band 40oz to Freedom -- named after Sublime's 1992 debut album -- comes to The Aging Room at Cirivello's in Long Beach.
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