Travis Barker was released Friday from a Los Angeles-area burn center, four weeks after surviving a plane crash that killed four.
The former Blink-182 drummer returned to California on a specially-equipped bus with medical personnel after the September crash. Immediately following the accident, he spent ten days at Georgia's Joseph M. Still Burn Center.
DJ AM (aka Adam Goldstein), who had performed with Barker just before the crash, was the only other survivor of the crash. He returned to the stage Wednesday in Hollywood alongside Jay-Z, and is expected to make a full recovery.