The boys of Blink are fighting. The truly gutting thing about the situation is that—say it aint so—we might be witnessing the break-up of one of the greatest gay love stories in American culture. Okay, kidding. All of them have been married to women. But there have definitely been times when they pretended to be something other than strictly heterosexual.
Blink-182 co-founder Tom DeLonge files for divorce from wife of nearly two decades
Blink's life experiences infuse band's creativity - Los Angeles Times
By Kevin Kayhart For Dailymail. Former Blink singer and co-founder Tom DeLonge has split with his wife after near two decades of marriage. The rocker is seen in above. The former couple, who are high school sweethearts, have been married since and share two kids together: daughter Ava, 17, and a son Jonas, He also wants the court to help work out with the various spousal support options. Delonge formed Blink with bassist-vocalist Mark Hoppus when they were in high school in Southern California in They went on to to achieve huge success after drummer Travis Barker joined the band for the recording of their hit studio album Enema Of The State.
Blink-182 is older and, its members think, wiser
He is a Cyberman , but he feels emotions. His early life was very similar to that of the Tom DeLonge of our universe , with the key difference being that he wasn't quite as much of a twat. As a result, Blink never disbanded in this alternate timeline and, more importantly, Angels and Airwaves never formed. This simple fact made this alternate world a much better place to live in than ours. Technology was more advanced, there were Zeppelins in the sky and people could download news and jokes directly into their brain!
He also has many unreleased albums and songs [ citation needed ]. DeLong grew up in the Seattle suburb of Bothell. He studied drums at Azusa Pacific University ,  partially supported by a scholarship. DeLong started as a drummer for indie rock bands  but added more electronic elements to his compositions following his exposure to their use at raves.