Eric John Wilson is the former bass player for Sublime and also bassist for Long Beach Dub Allstars. He was the bassist for the band Long Beach Shortbus, which was composed of several members of Long Beach Dub Allstars and Sublime. Since 2009, Wilson has been the bassist for Sublime with Rome, a musical collaboration between Wilson and singer and guitarist Rome Ramirez.
|Birth name:||Eric John Wilson|
|Born:||February 21, 1970, Unalaska, Alaska, U.S.|
|Genres:||Ska, punk rock, reggae, alternative rock, alternative hip hop, dub, pop rock|
|Labels:||Fueled By Ramen, MCA Records, Skunk Records, DreamWorks Records, Long Beach Records, AFO Records|
|Associated acts:||Hogan's Heros, Sublime, Sublime with Rome, Long Beach Dub Allstars, Long Beach Shortbus, Juice Bros, Gwen Stefani|
|IMDb:||Eric Wilson (bassist)'s IMDb|
About Eric Wilson
Famous for his work with the California-based bands Sublime and Long Beach Dub Allstars, this ska, punk rock, and reggae bassist most notably contributed to Sublime's 40 Oz. to Freedom; Robbin' the Hood; and Second-hand Smoke albums.
He and future Sublime drummer Bud Gaugh began their musical collaboration during their late childhood years, establishing a local band that they named The Juice Bros.
During the mid-1990s, he was briefly a member of a "surf rock" band called Del Noah & the Mt. Ara Ratfinks.
He was raised in Long Beach, California.
He and singer Romez Ramirez both contributed to the 2011 Sublime with Rome album Yours Truly.
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- Musicians from Long Beach, California
- Sublime (band) members
- American punk rock musicians
- American rock bass guitarists