Rapper Yelawolf says that Travis Barker is going on the road with him whenever the drummer isn’t working on one of his many other projects.
Travis Barker thinks that Tom DeLonge ‘doesn’t like punk music. It was just a phase for him.’
“To get a manager to do it, I can’t really say anything positive about that. Right there that’s a red flag.
During a stop on Yelawolf’s Slummerican Tour last month, the Alabama rapper pulled in his Travis Barker for an acoustic performance of “Till It’s Gone,” the first single from his upcoming album, Love Story.
The Canadian reggae group with the current No. 1 song in America in “Rude” just received a remix at the hands of Kid Ink, Ty Dolla $ign, and Travis Barker.
Demi Lovato shot her most recent video for “Really Don’t Care” in Los Angeles — perhaps an unnecessary factoid most of the time, given that so much media is created there.
Listen to ‘Til Everyone Can See’ Feat. Pharrell, Incubus’ Mike Einziger, Travis Barker and Hans Zimmer
The all-star track was released to bring attention to the Red Card To End Child Labor campaign. The song features Pharrell, Travis Barker, composers Hans Zimmer and Dom Lewis, pop singer LIZ and Minh Dang, who is a former child sex slave.
Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger has written a new song, titled “Til Everyone Can See”, in support of the World Day Against Child Labour. The soon-to-be-released track counts Pharrell Williams, Travis Barker and Hans Zimmer among its contributors.
“We can take the next step and really get back to risk-taking,” Blink-182’s Tom DeLonge told Radio.com.
Celebrities went all out this year, what with their resources and their Instagram accounts. Here are some of our favorite costumes from the year, from vampires to of course Miley Cyrus and Ellen Degeneres as Nicki Minaj.
Travis Barker of Blink-182 talk about their intimate Palladium shows, making a new album, when his kids are allowed to get their first tattoo, and what it will be like playing their 2003 self-titled album from back to front.
“The album tells a lot of different stories from my life and growing up,” she said. “It’s about growing up and coming into your own. For me that was going through a lot of different struggles as a kid.”
“We’ve always had really good chemistry together, especially when it comes to creating music,” said Aston. “We’re all kinda on the same page. Sometimes it’s kinda like a dysfunctional marriage but a marriage nonetheless.”
With the dueling vocals of “Skinhead Rob” Aston and Rancid’s Tim Armstrong backed by the hyper speed beats of Blink-182’s Travis Barker, “In A War Zone” packs a punk punch.
Radio.com spent some quality time with LL and spoke to him about his recent collaborators, from Eddie Van Halen and Chuck D to Tom Morello and Brad Paisley.
This year’s festival continued to heat up, with star turns from a cavalcade of big-name artists snatching the spotlight from the legions of emerging acts looking for that first big break.