— Today we talk about Mark Hoppus teaming up with Beauty School Dropout, Arctic Monkeys’ upcoming show in New York, and a grant that helps people with disabilities attend live shows. — Mark Hoppus Helps Beauty School Dropout Become Almost Famous Beauty School Dropout premiered a new music video on Billboard this morning that we can’t stop watching. Not only does the band crush it with their song “Almost Famous” but it features an incredibly fun addition: Mark Hoppus. In the video, Hoppus is trying to guide the band to music stardom as someone who has found that success himself.… Read more »
Today we talk about Mark Hoppus’ relieving cancer update, the “My Universe” music video, Britney Spears gaining her freedom, and the gameshow Big Brother making history. Mark Hoppus Beats Cancer Blink-182 fans everywhere had their hearts filled with joy yesterday when Mark Hoppus announced that he is now cancer free. In June, the 49 year old took to social media to let everyone know that he had been diagnosed with stage four diffuse large B cell lymphoma. Hoppus has been going through chemo and experienced hair loss. He mentioned in his announcement that he will still be taking time to… Read more »
The Major family chat about the recent condo collapse in Miami, Mark Hoppus’ cancer announcement and the experience of being a teacher during covid.
All your dreams have just come true: Alex Gaskarth and Mark Hoppus have teamed up to form the supergroup Simple Creatures!
The host of The Gibson Brands Alternative Press Music Awards – fueled by Monster Energy, Mark Hoppus, caught up with Gunz of The Gunz Show and Brian Dales of The Summer Set on the red carpet.
If you have an internet connection, or haven’t been in a coma, you’ve probably heard about the announcement of Blink-182’s new album. Vocalist/guitarist Tom Delonge started the media uproar on Monday, with an Instagram post hinting a new album was soon to come from the band. Since then, the press coverage has been non-stop, with every outlet and every fan trying to wrap their hands around new details surrounding the rumor. The world of music news was convinced the album was a tangible object that was being recorded as they spoke. When idobi Radio’s Eddie Barella sat down with vocalist/bassist… Read more »
Travis Barker has spoken recently about blink-182â€™s current difficulties with getting together and creating music, but a new layer to these this issues has been revealed: news of Mark Hoppusâ€™ choice to become Amish has finally surfaced.
Over two years after coming back from their hiatus, bassist Mark Hoppus has announced that Blink-182 will finally release their highly anticipated sixth studio album. The album will be called Neighborhoods and has a tentative release date of September 27.
On June 21st Blink-182 made an announcement that the group will headline KROQ’s Epicenter festival in September, so on Tuesday the 22nd, Mark Hoppus decided to up the ante, taking to his blog to break a genuinely exciting bit of news.
Motion City Soundtrack is at it again with its fourth studio full-length album, My Dinosaur Life, the first released under its contract with Columbia Records. The band is set to embark on tour in support of the album with Set Your Goals, This Providence and The Swellers.