Mark Hoppus talks about sport at View from the Cheap Seats with the Sklar Brothers podcast

This week, the Sklars cover the Eagles not going to the White House and athletes getting political before they're joined by Mark Hoppus (Blink 182) to talk about being a Dodgers, Rams, and Eagles fan, and music flubs at sporting events. During Quick Hits, Gilbert Arenas gets a restraining order placed against him, a woman starts a fire at the Kansas City Royals stadium, and Hope Solo opposes the US World Cup bid. And finally, a voicemail from Dennis Rodman.


Blink-182's Mark Hoppus Sings Out For Animal Rights

Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus has recorded a new solo song, “Not All Dogs Go To Heaven,” for the compilation album, Dog Songs. The 14-song collection, conceived by songwriter Allie Goertz, benefits animals impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

Ask Hoppus, who recorded the song with his Blink band mate Travis Barker, why he got involved with the project and his answer is simple – he is an animal lover. I spoke with Hoppus about his passion for dogs, how he got his beagle rescue, his vegetarianism and how Blink’s activism is likely to continue to grow.