Travis Barker and DJ AM Stage a Comeback
After surviving a fatal plane crash back in September, it is somehow fitting that Travis Barker and DJ AM will be playing together on New Year's Eve, with that holiday's promise of fresh starts and better times ahead.
Us Magazine reports that the 33-year-old former blink-182 drummer and the 35-year-old record-spinner (born Adam Goldstein) will headline New Year's Nation's Los Angeles New Year's Eve Party at the Lot in West Hollywood.
The two last performed together in South Carolina at a college event, just before the Learjet crash that killed four of their co-passengers. Goldstein has since been inching back toward live performances, re-opening the Hollywood Palladium in October in a concert with Jay-Z.
Barker, meanwhile, has been busy reuniting with his two-year-old daughter Alabama and suing the company that provided the jet, among other allegedly responsible parties.
Good luck, guys! It's tempting to tell you to break a leg, but your poor bodies have been through enough this year.