Travis Barker expressed gratitude toward spouse Kourtney Kardashian for remaining close by during the first of two accolade shows for late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins.

"Much thanks to you for going along with me on a such a unique evening I love you my significant other," Barker, 46, composed under a progression of photographs

Kardashian, 43, posted of them at the show in London Saturday night. The "Kardashians" star inscribed her photograph dump with a falcon emoticon - a sign of approval

for Hawkins' epithet, The Hawk. The lovebirds, who matched in realistic T-shirts and dark embellishments, clasped hands and snuggled very close during the accolade show.

Barker was likewise one of the numerous melodic symbols who performed in front of an audience with the enduring individuals from the Foo Fighters to honor their late drummer.

"TAYLOR HAWKINS FOREVER Barker subtitled a video of himself drumming the last notes of the band's 1997 hit "Wrench." The Blink-182 drummer likewise jumped into "The Pretender."

Be that as it may, out of the multitude of stars who ventured out, it was Hawkins' 16-year-old child, Oliver Shane Hawkins, who got everyone's attention.

Oliver bounced in front of an audience and played the drums as the band played out their hit melody "My Hero." "He's an our relative … I think it's

a good idea that he will come up and play with us this evening," lead vocalist David Grohl said while presenting the youngster.

As recently detailed, Taylor unfortunately kicked the bucket in a Colombian lodging in March at 50 years old. The accolade show denoted

whenever the band first has performed without him, as they dropped the remainder of their spring event dates following his passing.