Long-running Sublime tribute perfectly replicates the ska-rock legends, rolling out hits such as “What I Got” and “Santeria”
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How long they’ve carried the Sublime torch: since 1996
What puts them head and shoulders above other Sublime tribute acts: besides mastering the good-time essence, upstroke guitar, and copious genre-bending, they’ve developed an arena-filling fanbase of their own
Other things they’ve got that tribute bands rarely get: press from Spin and Rolling Stone, who heralded them as “one of the most successful tribute bands out there.”
How the real Sublime would feel about Badfish: They’d probably love them, considering that Sublime’s drummer Bud Gaugh is a fan. His band Del Mar has even opened for Badfish.