During a recent interview with CBS Local, Blink-182 bassist/singer Mark Hoppus expressed frustration with the current political climate in America, particularly in regards to the contentious 2012 Presidential race between Barak Obama and Mitt Romney.
Stalwart SoCal pop-punks Blink-182 have had a rough go since a bitter break-up in 2005 when singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge left the band to devote more time to side projects like Angels & Airwaves. But after […]
Gearing up for the release of his album The Midsummer Station, Owl City’s Adam Young revealed to CBS Local what it was like working with one of his musical heroes: blink-182’sMark Hoppus. “I’ve been a […]
Fans of the Dave Matthews Band now have a month to look forward to as they patiently wait for the band’s new studio album. In an interview with Mix 104.1/Boston DMB bassist Stefan Lessard revealed […]
Way back in 1972, as the earth’s crust was cooling, and Russian scientists were talking about sending a monkey to the moon, a little boy was born in the sleepy California town of Crumville. Although […]
[pullquote quote=”I’m going to be the biggest Beatles geek when I get to Liverpool.”]Blink-182 might be the quintessential kings of California-style pop-punk, but bassist and vocalist Mark Hoppus has moved to England for a year. […]