Travis Barker is suing the people he says cost him his ability to play the drums, tour and live a normal life.
From The Fury of the Aquabats! 20th Anniversary show, 2018 at the Henry Fonda Theater, featuring Travis Barker on Drums!
It’s been the longest 4 weeks without playing drums. I played through two shows in Vegas with infection and blood clots before I was able to get a clear diagnosis from a doctor. Here’s an update on my road to recovery.
Travis Barker's good news has turned bad -- shortly after getting out of the hospital where he was getting treatment for blood clots, he had to be readmitted ... TMZ has learned.
Sources tell us the Blink-182 drummer was released from the L.A.-area hospital on Monday evening, but had to be readmitted Tuesday morning. Travis went in late last week when doctors discovered he had blood clots in both arms.
We're told the situation's more complicated now. He's also battling a staph infection and something called cellulitis -- an infection of the skin -- in addition to the clots. Doctors are monitoring to see how he responds to blood thinners, and to make sure the clots don't travel to his heart or lungs.
As bad as it sounds, our sources say Travis is keeping a positive attitude, and looking forward to getting back onstage.
Blink had to cancel upcoming shows for their Las Vegas residency at the Palms, but we're told they're planning to make up the dates this fall.
The USA is an economic and military superpower - so what will it take for America to win the World Cup? We went to LA to search for answers: talked sport culture and trained with Steve Nash, Cobi Jones, Lori Lindsey and Meghan Klingenberg. In our show's grand finale, we decided to team up with Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker in Hollywood-style shootout against American soccer's big rivals - Football, Basketball, Baseball and Hockey. Can we pull it off?! Available with YouTube Premium.