Rome Ramirez of Sublime with Rome joins reVolver Podcasts with a new podcast, Forty ‘Til Five, which debuts today and features cutting-edge cultural influencers
reVolver Podcasts Welcomes Rome Ramirez and Forty ‘Til Five
January 16, 2017 02:30 PM Eastern Standard Time
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Title of podcast should read: Forty ‘Til Five (instead of 40 Til 5).
REVOLVER PODCASTS WELCOMES ROME RAMIREZ AND FORTY ‘TIL FIVE
Rome Ramirez of Sublime with Rome joins reVolver Podcasts with a new podcast, Forty ‘Til Five, which debuts today and features cutting-edge cultural influencers and relevant in-culture conversations. First up is Wonder Brett, master grower and infamous originator of SFV Kush, who drops some knowledge on the cannabis industry. Get to know Chris “Flict” Appari, multi-platinum producer who has worked with the likes of Wiz Khalifa, 5th Harmony and Megan Trainor. Finally, Eric Freedman, tour manager for Sublime with Rome and stand up comic, shares some laughs and stories from the road.
“Rome is the intersection where music, art and Latin culture collide and we’re thrilled he’s joined us. He’s the epitome of ambicultural influencer. He’s extremely talented, an artist and a true in-culture influencer. Forty ‘Til Five is great listening and will resonate with reVolver’s audience,” said Stephen Hobbs, Chief Digital Officer, reVolver Podcasts.
Roman (Rome) Ramirez grew up in the Bay Area of California. He always loved music, but when he got his first guitar at 12, music became his life. He soon started playing other instruments, singing and writing his own songs. At 18, he headed to LA to focus full-time on music. There, he was introduced to one of his idols, Eric Wilson, bassist for Sublime. They became friends and started jamming together at Eric’s infamous holiday parties in Long Beach. Within the year, the plan to bring back Sublime had been set in motion and Rome’s life was about to drastically change.
Over the past seven years, Rome has played for and toured the world with Sublime with Rome, also releasing two new albums. He broke Alternative Billboard history on two accounts with The Dirty Heads hit single, “Lay Me Down.” Rome worked closely on writing and producing with some of the world’s biggest music stars including: Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, Dirty Heads and Jason Derulo, to name a few. He has also had the privilege of working with and learning from some of the best producers in the business including: Dr. Luke, Benny Blanco and Futuristics.
Rome started Fresh Goods Music so he can help to bring talented and unique artists into the spotlight. A big fan of multiple styles of music and being versatile as a musician, he brings a very unique sound…often morphing completely different eras and mixing them together. No matter what genre he’s working with, the focus is always on making good music.
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