Hoppus on Music

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Hoppus on Music
Hoppus on Music logo
Format Talk show
Starring Mark Hoppus
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 56
Production
Running time 1 hour
Broadcast
Original channel Fuse
Original run September 16, 2010 – May 17, 2012

Hoppus On Music, previously titled A Different Spin With Mark Hoppus, was a talk show hosted by Blink-182 and +44 singer/bassist Mark Hoppus. The show premiered on September 16, 2010, on Fuse, and lasted until June 2012.[1] [2][3] The show formerly featured comedian Amy Schumer as the co-host.[4]

Background[edit]

The show focused on music news, humorous panel discussions and special reports from the show's correspondents. The show also featured musical performances by both mainstream and emerging bands. On January 18, 2011, Mark Hoppus announced via Twitter, that the show was renamed to, Hoppus On Music.[2][3]

The show’s first press release was on June 22, 2010.[2] Mark Hoppus stated "I am stoked to join the Fuse family and have a show where I can talk about a topic that I'm passionate about, music. More importantly, I'm excited to force millions of people to watch me on a weekly basis on national television." According to Fuse senior vice president of programming and development Sal LoCurto, "A Different Spin with Mark Hoppus was developed to complement the wide variety of music programming on Fuse - including live concerts, festival coverage and in-depth interview series with the biggest names in music."

On August 5, 2010, Hoppus revealed the co-host of the show would be comedian Amy Schumer.[2] There is often a regular panel, where they discuss hot topics on music, with such guests as Andrew WK regularly talking on it. On December 11, 2011, Hoppus welcomed bandmate Tom DeLonge's band Angels & Airwaves, on which Mark joked he "cheats" on him with.

List of episodes[edit]

Episode Premiere Date Guest Performance
101 September 16, 2010 John Mayer Neon Trees
102 September 23, 2010 Linkin Park The National
103 September 30, 2010 N.E.R.D. Trey Songz
104 October 7, 2010 Phil Collins Travie McCoy
105 October 14, 2010 Thomas Mars Jimmy Eat World
106 October 21, 2010 Black Cards and Alex Gaskarth Bruno Mars
107 October 28, 2010 Nelly and Atomic Tom Far East Movement
108 November 4, 2010 Slash and Tom Green Hey Monday
109 November 11, 2010 Cee Lo Green and Good Charlotte Cee Lo Green
110 November 18, 2010 Kid Cudi and Mumford and Sons Motion City Soundtrack
111 December 2, 2010 Ben Folds My Chemical Romance
112 December 9, 2010 Ozzy Osbourne and The Damned Things The Gaslight Anthem
113 December 16, 2010 Flo Rida Bruno Mars (via video backing), Travie McCoy, and Mark Hoppus with Ben Folds
201 February 18, 2011 Buckcherry The Damned Things
202 February 25, 2011 Davey Havok Fitz and The Tantrums
203 March 4, 2011 Topher Grace Ra Ra Riot
204 March 11, 2011 Taylor Momsen The Get Up Kids
205 March 18, 2011 Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie A Day To Remember
206 March 25, 2011 Butch Trucks and Steve Martin Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers
207 April 1, 2011 Snoop Dogg w/ appearance by Travis Barker Wiz Khalifa
208 April 8, 2011 Mike Posner and 2AM Club Airborne Toxic Event
209 April 15, 2011 Foo Fighters The Pretty Reckless
210 May 6, 2011 Fabolous and Yellowcard Runner Runner
211 May 13, 2011 Taking Back Sunday and The Ready Set The Ready Set
301 June 10, 2011 Tinie Tempah Death Cab For Cutie
302 June 17, 2011 Jack Osbourne All Time Low
303 June 24, 2011 Simple Plan Awolnation
304 July 8, 2011 Beady Eye We the Kings
305 July 15, 2011 Kid Rock and Carney Tinie Tempah
306 July 22, 2011 Chad Smith and Flea Theophilus London
307 July 29, 2011 They Might Be Giants They Might Be Giants
308 August 5, 2011 Matthew Morrison 3 Doors Down
309 August 12, 2011 Corey Taylor The Antlers
310 August 19, 2011 Jeremih Manchester Orchestra
311 August 26, 2011 My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance
401 October 28, 2011 J. Cole J. Cole
402 November 4, 2011 Gym Class Heroes w/ appearance by Andrew WK The Naked and Famous
403 November 11, 2011 Yelawolf w/ appearance by Deadmau5 Yelawolf
404 November 18, 2011 Noel Gallagher The Joy Formidable
405 December 2, 2011 Patrick Stump Patrick Stump
406 December 9, 2011 Angels & Airwaves (no performance)
407 December 16, 2011 Matt & Kim Childish Gambino
501 February 16, 2012 Young the Giant Young the Giant
502 February 23, 2012 Billy Eichner and Dia Frampton (no performance)
503 March 1, 2012 Damian Kulash from OK Go Good Old War
504 March 8, 2012 Neon Hitch (no performance)
505 March 15, 2012 Imagine Dragons
506 March 22, 2012 Ricky Wilson and Simon Rix from Kaiser Chiefs (no performance)
507 March 29, 2012 Machine Gun Kelly Melanie Fiona
508 April 5, 2012 Bert McCracken and Quinn Allman from The Used (no performance)
509 April 12, 2012 The Temper Trap Of Monsters and Men
510 April 19, 2012 Gavin Rossdale (no performance)
511 April 26, 2012 Neon Trees Neon Trees
512 May 3, 2012 Tom Hiddleston (no performance)
513 May 10, 2012 B.o.B B.o.B
514 May 17, 2012 Santigold Oberhofer

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