Travis Barker to Play Drums During Peloton Blink-182 Artist Series Class

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Peloton fans, get ready to rock out. The company announced on Wednesday (Nov. 15) exclusively via Billboard that it will host its first-ever Peloton Blink-182 Artist Series featuring drummer Travis Barker himself.

Marking the first time a musician has performed during a Peloton class, Barker will be drumming along to a 10-minute shadowboxing class taught by instructor Kendall Toole. The Blink-182 Artist Series will also include other classes, including a 30-minute cycling installment, though Barker will not be drumming live during the class.

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“Being the first musician ever to perform in a Peloton class has been an epic experience,” said Travis Barker in a press statement. “Knowing that millions of people across the globe will watch me and Kendall do our thing is super exciting.”

Toole mirrored the rocker’s excitement. “It was an absolute thrill to teach alongside Travis,” she added. “Travis is someone who I have grown up listening to who also shares my passion for movement and music so collaborating together was natural and effortless.”

The Peloton Blink-182 Artist Series and special Shadowboxing class with Kendall Toole and Travis Barker kicks off Thursday (Nov. 16) on the Peloton App, with no equipment required to take part in the fun.

It’s been an exciting month for Barker, who welcomed his first child with wife Kourtney Kardashian on Nov. 4, sources confirmed to Billboard. A baby boy, the new bundle of joy joins Kardashian’s three elder children with Scott Disick: son Mason, 13, daughter Penelope, 11, and son Reign, 8. Barker has two older children from a previous marriage to model Shanna Moakler: son Landon, 19, and daughter Alabama, 17, as well as stepdaughter Atiana.

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