Travis Barker: "As long as I'm not dead, I'm going to tour"
This summer, Blink-182 will embark on a joint tour with Lil Wayne that’ll also include them playing their breakthrough album, Enema of the State, in its entirety to celebrate its 20th (yes, TWENTIETH) anniversary. It’s a tour that some fans might have feared would never happen, after Blink canceled or postponed a slew of 2018 dates, including their Las Vegas residency, due to two major health scares for beleaguered drummer Travis Barker. But Barker and his bandmates, bassist/singer Mark Hoppus and relatively new guitarist/singer Matt Skiba, never had any doubts.
“As long as I'm not dead, I think they know I'm going to tour,” Barker quips.