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  1. @lee7890 Friend of mine said he saw the first show with travis. He's in his mid thirties and a music geek...Obviously this is debatable. After the snocore tour of 98 (which had blink and the aquabats playing) blink went on a small west coast tour with some ska bands. Reel Big Fish was the headliner and blink was a warm up band (enema had not been released yet). Midway through the tour was Fresno. Apparently Scott had to leave for home because of an emergency. My buddy said not that many people at the show were really there for blink. It was a bunch of ska kids. But specifically this was in Fresno, at the Rainbow Ballroom in spring of 1998, Mark came up to the mic and said "everyone this is travis. he's filling in for Scott tonight." And then the rest is history.
  2. @oneeyeopen Here is another flyer (thanks Summer) with us playing with a band that went on to bigger and better things. (At least I am assuming that is the same band that added the numbers to their name??) Someone want to verify this for me?
  3. Travis meeting Stone Cold at 1:10 and Mark,Tom and Travis in the audience at 1:40.
  4. Never seen this ..
  5. From rmcauliffe : I attended the Sno-Core 98 concert on 2/25/98 at Sokol Hall in Omaha, Nebraska. It was a great concert. I think Primus started the concert off, followed by The Aquabats, and then Blink-182. I remember Tom DeLonge walking through the crowd before they played right by us. It was great because it was still before Blink-182 really got huge with their "Enema Of The State" album. I was introduced (by a friend that I went to the concert with) to The Aquabats' "Fury Of..." a few months before so we both knew a bit about the band. And we were both big fans of Blink-182. We knew Scott Raynor was their drummer. However, after The Aquabats played we definitely saw Travis Barker take off the mask and whatnot and began warming up (and then playing the concert) for Blink-182. We thought that is was weird but didn't really put it together until a few months later when it was revealed that Scott was fired from the band. Did we see the first performance of Travis with Blink-182? Here's where I noticed something that kind of backs it up. Sounds like there was an argument at that actual show.