100 XR Home Page
Listen Now

Travis Barker

Travis Barker bio, timeline, discography, pics & more

Travis Barker

Travis Barker photo 2008

Travis Barker Biography

Travis Landon Barker was born on November 14, 1975, in Fontana, California USA. He has been making a racket on the drums since very early childhood. His career soared to worldwide fame in 1998 when he joined Blink-182, becoming known for his mohawk and his tendency to perform without a shirt, revealing a multitude of tattoos. In addition the drummer explored his other musical interests with a variety of bands such as Boxcar Racer, The Transplants, +44 and many others.
On September 19, 2008, Barker was seriously injured when the Learjet 60 in which he was a passenger crashed outside Columbia, South Carolina; four others aboard were killed in the accident.

In March 2011, Travis Barker released his highly anticipated first solo record, "Give The Drummer Some" through Interscope. Not only he produced the entire album, but he played on every track. Guest appearances include Tom Morello, Cory Taylor, Tim Armstrong as well as a myriad pf hip-hop performers. One of the alt-Rock radio favorite is "Saturday Night", featuring The Transplants and Slash. "Give The Drummer Some" peaked at #9 on The Billboard 200 and climbed into the top 20 of the Canadian Albums chart.


Travis Barker biography is an exclusive of 100xr.com

Travis Barker pictures:

  • Travis Barker 2001 Travis Barker 2001
    Travis Barker 2001

Give The Drummer Some (2011)

Give The Drummer Some
1. Can A Drummer Get Some
2. If You Want To
3. Carry It
4. Knockin
5. Jump Down
6. Devil's Got A Hold
7. Let's Go
8. Saturday Night
9. Cool Head
10. Raw Shit
11. Just Chill
12. Beat Goes On
Travis Barker discography - an exclusive and detailed creation of 100xr.com
The section contains all of Travis Barker albums released to date
with original cover art and complete tracklist