Well-known for his use the California-based bands Sublime and Lengthy Seaside Dub Allstars, this ska, punk rock, and reggae bassist especially contributed to Sublime’s 40 Oz. to Independence; Robbin’ the Hood; and Second-hand Smoke cigarettes albums. He and upcoming Sublime drummer Bud Gaugh started their musical cooperation during their past due childhood years, building a local music group that they called The Juice Bros. Through the middle-1990s, he was briefly an associate of the “surf rock and roll” band known as Del Noah & the Mt. Ara Ratfinks. He grew up in Long Seaside, California. He and vocalist Romez Ramirez both added towards the 2011 Sublime with Rome record Yours Truly.