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Blink-182's Mark Hoppus Shares Thoughts About The Power Of Live Music

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Blink-182 singer and bassist Mark Hoppus has shared an inspiring message about "the power of music" in a post on Twitter.


Blink-182 singer and bassist Mark Hoppus has shared an inspiring message about "the power of music" in a post on Twitter.

Hoppus shared his thoughts with the introductory message, "Something I've been thinking forever but needed to put into words tonight."

Speaking about the magical link between a music group and their audience during a live performance, Hoppus said, "Words we wrote in a garage or studio or an idea scribbled down in the middle of the night, or written in the depths of self-doubt or despair. To sing songs and have those songs sung back to us. A shared experience between everyone. It's amazing to see you smiling and laughing."

Hoppus talked about the audience's response to the song "Adam's Song," from the 1999 album, Enema of the State.

"Several times on this tour I've looked out during Adam's Song and seen people weeping crying and holding their friends or spouses. Maybe remembering a lost friend or loved one, or a difficult time in one's life," Hoppus wrote.

"To have a song bring strangers together to rejoice, to mourn, to remember. It's awesome and humbling and it means the world to me," he added. "You all mean the world to me. Thank you."




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Blink-182's Mark Hoppus Shares Thoughts About The Power Of Live Music


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Blink-182 singer and bassist Mark Hoppus has shared an inspiring message about "the power of music" in a post on Twitter.

Blink-182 singer and bassist Mark Hoppus has shared an inspiring message about "the power of music" in a post on Twitter.

Hoppus shared his thoughts with the introductory message, "Something I've been thinking forever but needed to put into words tonight."

Speaking about the magical link between a music group and their audience during a live performance, Hoppus said, "Words we wrote in a garage or studio or an idea scribbled down in the middle of the night, or written in the depths of self-doubt or despair. To sing songs and have those songs sung back to us. A shared experience between everyone. It's amazing to see you smiling and laughing."

Hoppus talked about the audience's response to the song "Adam's Song," from the 1999 album, Enema of the State.

"Several times on this tour I've looked out during Adam's Song and seen people weeping crying and holding their friends or spouses. Maybe remembering a lost friend or loved one, or a difficult time in one's life," Hoppus wrote.

"To have a song bring strangers together to rejoice, to mourn, to remember. It's awesome and humbling and it means the world to me," he added. "You all mean the world to me. Thank you."




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