AmericaJR’s Jason Rzucidlo was LIVE at the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas for Sugar Ray‘s free concert as part of the Downtown Rocks series. The band landed mainstream popularity in 1997 with their pop hit, “Fly,” a collaboration with reggae artist Super Cat. The group’s charismatic front man, Mark McGrath, helped make the band a sensation, and “Fly” helped make Sugar Ray’s “Floored” album go double-platinum. After “Floored,” Sugar Ray released “14:59,” a tongue-in-cheek reference to its fading “15 minutes of fame.”
Hi, the Freemont music experience is totally great. Much more lively than the house of blues. Of all the bands I saw in my 10-day stay in LV, sugar ray was the worst.
He started by showing up 30 minutes late!!! Then, he talked more than played. I guess that’s what you do when you have little to show. Very disappointed by his performance. Thank God for the two other stages on Freemont.