On Sunday, Kourtney Kardashian shared some pictures of her husband Travis Barker to her time as he stopped to play at the Taylor Hawkins tribute show at the Wembley Stadium in London. Hawkins nickname was The Hawk, and Kardashian posted a bird emoji to caption the pics in honor of the drummer that is late
In the carousel, Kardashian and Barker had been photographed walking hand-in-hand backstage within their rocker clothes. The Kardashians celebrity had been putting on a big t-shirt that is white a black turtle neck that connected seamlessly to a pair black opera gloves. She wore knee-high black boots and carried a small purse that is black one hand. From under her top hung items of material studded with oversized eyelets.
Barker wore a classic Judas Priest t-shirt, a silver chain necklace, black colored sneakers and a matching beanie, and a couple of black colored jeans painted with bleach spots. The concert featured the Foo Fighters, who will be doing a second tribute show on September 27 at The Kia Forum in Los Angeles in addition to the Blink-182 drummer. All the musicians were good friends of Hawkins, who passed away in March.
“I don’t have the words. Sad to write this or to never see you again,” Barker wrote in a tribute at the time. “I’ll never forget Laguna Beach days when I was a trash man playing in a punk rock band and you were playing with Alanis. You’d come watch me play in dive bars and be like, ‘kid you’re a star.’ And I thought you were crazy but you gave me so hope that is much dedication.”
He proceeded, “Years later on we toured as well as Blink and Foo’s in Australia and I also get the best memories of cigarette smoking within the restroom of routes we had been on together and viewing your set each night. To state we’ll miss you my pal is not sufficient. Till the time that is next talk drums and smoke in the boys room … Rest In Peace.”
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