|Full Name||Floyd I. Gaugh IV|
|Birth Name||Bud Gaugh|
|Filmography||Sublime (1988–1996), Long Beach Dub Allstars (1997–2002), Eyes Adrift (2002–2003) Volcano (2004), Sublime with Rome (2009–2011)|
|Date of Birth||October 2,1967|
Bud Gaugh is an American rock music drummer. He is famous as a drummer of Sublime (1988-1996), Long Beach Dub Allstars (1997-2002), Eyes Adrift (2002-2003), Volcano (2004), and Sublime with Rome (2009-2011).
Bud Gaugh was born Floyd I. Gaugh IV on October 2, 1967, in California under the birth sign of Libra. As per his nationality, he is an American and belongs to white ethnicity.
Gaugh has not shared information about his family members, siblings, and early days. He started playing drums back in his high school days. During that time, he used play snare with the Long Beach Junior Concert Band.
Bud Gaugh who is the age of 51 has a secretive personal life. He has kept his personal life far from the media. Furthermore, he has also not made any news regarding him dating a girl.
Besides, he is not active on any social media platforms so it is hard to track his relationship history. However, he is the age of 51 so he might be married. Seems like he is not ready to introduce his soul partner to the media yet.
Bud Gaugh has the net worth of around $100 thousand. As a musician, he has earned a decent amount of money from his career. He has been working on a music industry from an early age.
He spent most of his career with the band, Sublime. The band released 8 albums. Similarly, with other bands, he has released many albums.
According to the source, the average salary of a musician or singer is around $39,888 with a median bonus of $1,750.
Talking about his career, he started his drumming career when he was studying at high school. At that time he also played snare with the Long Beach Junior Concert Band.
Later in 1979, he met bassist Eric Wilson and later started their first garage punk band which was named The Juice Bros. However, they became a founding member of Sublime in 1986.
Later in 1996, the Sublime disbanded, due to the death of lead singer Bradly Nowell from a heroin overdose.
Following a year after Sublime being disbanded, they formed The Long Beach Dub Allstars. They even released their first album Right Back (DreamWorks) in 1999.
Gaugh also played drums in the Eye Adrift along with Krist Novoselic and Curt Kirkwood. However, the band got disbanded. However, in 2009, it was announced that Gaugh would be reuniting with Sublime at Cantina Los Tres Hombres in Sparks, Nevada.
After he joined the band again, the released their debut album Yours Truly on July 12, 2011. He worked with the band from 2009-2011.
After he left, he appeared on an episode of Finding Bigfoot in 2016. At that episode, he along with his longtime friend James “Bobo” Fay explores the wilderness in search of the elusive beast.