The talk of music for a while now has been Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker. His accolades far surpass what most would have expected of a late 1990’s early 2000’s pop-punk drummer. Travis has proven time and time again that he is one of the best drummers the music scene has ever seen. Even more-so, Travis has always steered clear of anything that could hurt him, his family, or anyone else. His daughter, on the other hand seems to be opposite her father.
Recently, Alabama Barker took to Instagram to show off a party that she had for her birthday. The event was filled with amazing people from personalities to artists. Travis, of course, was in attendance to celebrate the big day with his daughter along with the likes of Bhad Bhabie, dancers, and tons of fans.
The party seemed to have gone extremely well as the comments lit up pretty quickly to help ring in the day. It’s easy to see that she is the partier of the family.
Matt Skiba, the now-former Blink-182 singer-guitarist has been in the Illinois suburbs for the past few weeks caring for his sick father. But after the trio announced original singer-guitarist Tom DeLonge would rejoin the band for a world tour, prompting speculation about Skiba’s future in the project, he wanted to “say something without making a huge deal about it.’”
Matt insists he wasn’t blindsided by last week’s announcement; bassist and singer Mark Hoppus had previously informed him he was putting the pieces in place for DeLonge’s return. That said, Skiba thought it was a bit clumsy of DeLonge to post a thank-you text to him on Instagram rather than directly contact him, but he appreciated the gesture. Replying with his own statement, Skiba said: “I am truly grateful for my time with blink and I am truly happy you guys are a band and a family again.”
Special thanks to Vulture.