Travis Barker Is Working On A Memoir

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Travis Barker of blink-182 has announced that he is writing a memoir. Barker says that he’s been working on the book for months, and that it will be released in Fall 2014.

This book could turn out to be a treasure trove for anyone curious about the most reserved member of blink-182. Presumably, the book will offer Barker’s take on the band’s drama over the years, his struggles with drug use and recent sobriety, as well as a personal look into his 2008 plane crash.

In a Christmas Instagram post of his daughter, Barker writes:

This wuz my Christmas Eve present 8 years ago yesterday. My kids are my best production I’ve ever been a part of. Better than any album, beat , clothing or anything I’ve had a hand in making period. My 3 kids changed my life in so many ways and actually saved my life. Being sober for over a year has been the best awakening I’ve ever had too. I got a memoir I’ve been workin hard on and it’s turning out awesome . Its been very therapeutic for me to get this all out and into a book and hopefully it can inspire a grip of people and help many as well. It’s comin out Fall 2014 and I can’t wait to share it with ya’ll . Anyhow ….enjoy your Christmas, your kids , your family/ loved ones and holidays. Much love & continued blessings to all of u. #Blessed #Family My motto will always be hash tagged #NobodycaresGoharder (after all we only live once right) Also I’m picking the winner of my 65 Cadillac right after the holidays for those asking. Good luck to all~. #werethebarkers

Is anyone else excited to read this? Let us know what you think below.

John Bazley was raised in central New Jersey by the romantic aura of the Asbury Park beachfront, punk rock, and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4. He is still trying to figure all of this stuff out.

In addition to UTG, John has contributed to Alternative Press and Full Frequency Media. Follow him on Twitter for pictures of his dog.

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