Blink-182 was formed by Tom DeLonge (vocals and guitar) and Mark Hoppus (vocals and bass). After that come in as a drummer Scott Raynor. Blink-182 previously called Blink, but had no wing pop music group from Ireland called Blink. They also added the number 182, which is taken from the movie title Turk! 182. In 1998, Scott came out of the Blink-182 and was replaced by Travis Barker.
Blink-182 recorded their first demo, Flyswatter, in Scott's room in May, 1993. In the same year, they recorded the demo again, but this time not named. This demo is known as the 2nd Demo (Second Demo). In this second demo, there are some songs from the Flyswatter recorded, and some new songs after the album was released in the Buddha. Buddha album was released in cassette form in 1993. Approximately 1.000 tapes produced by Filter Records company. In 1998, Buddhism was re-released with a list of different track order.
Tom De Longe
Thomas Matthew DeLonge, Jr.. (born December 13, 1975; better known as Tom DeLonge) is a musician who came from the United States and also a guitarist / vocalist for the band Blink-182 during the years 1992-2005. Once out of the Blink-182, he formed the band Angels & Airwaves with former members of Hazen Street, 30 Seconds To Mars, The Offspring and Rocket From the Crypt. Tom was the second of three brothers. His half-brother named Shon Kitchen and her sister named Kari. His mother was Connie.Tom raised by both parents in Poway, California.
Mark Allen Hoppus (born in Ridgecrest, California, March 15, 1972; age 37 years) is an American musician formed a punk rock band, Blink-182, and the alternative rock band, +44. He played bass in the second band. When Mark was 15 years old, he got his first guitar as a birthday gift from his father. Mark learned guitar by self-taught. In August 1992, Mark's brother named Anne introduced him to Tom DeLonge.
In 1992, Mark and Tom met with Scott Raynor. Then they all agreed to create a musical group called Blink-182.
In 1996, Scott Raynor disease caused by alcohol. Scott had to get out of Blink-182 to undergo rehabilitation. Scott came out in 1997 after Blink-182 released the album Dude Ranch.
In 1997, Blink-182 on tour with The Aquabats. There they met with Travis Barker, drummer for The Aquabats. They offered to be a drummer Travis in the band Blink-182 and Travis had accepted his offer.
In February 2005, Blink-182 disbanded. Mark and Travis made the band a stream not far different from Blink-182, with Shane Gallagher and Craig Fairbaugh. The band was named +44. Mark ever singing as backing vocals on MxPx song titled "Wrecking Hotel Room" in the album "Panic". And the song "Empire" for the soundtrack of The Passion of The Christ. Mark also helped Simple Plan for the song "I'd Do Anything" in the album "No Pads, No Helmets ... Just Balls".
Mark is married to Skye Everly in December 2nd, 2000. Mark has a son named Jack Hoppus, who was born on August 5, 2002. Mark lives in Los Angels and in the recording studio album +44.
Travis Landon Barker (born November 14, 1975, age 33 years) is the drummer from the United States. His name became famous after the drummer for pop-punk group Blink 182, but now he's playing for +44. Barker also played for several bands such as Box Car Racer, The Transplants, Expensive Taste, The Suicide Machines, and The Travis Aquabats.Di entire body covered in tattoos. Travis was first tattooed when I was 17 years of age. The tattoo is written "BONES" is none other than his name as a child.
Travis was married twice. Travis is married to Melissa Kenedy on 22 September 2001 but the couple only lasted for 11 months. The couple divorced on August 6, 2002. On October 30, 2004 Travis married again in 1996 with Miss USA Shanna Moakler. Travis and Moakler have 2 children that is Landon Asher and Alabama Luella, and 1 Moakler Atiana Cecilia de la Hoya children from his wife's boyfriend with boxer Oscar de la Hoya. After almost 2 years with Travis also demanded divorce.