KORN Frontman Schedules More European Solo Dates

KORN frontman Jonathan Davis has scheduled the following solo tour dates:

May 20 - Stodola, Warsaw, Poland
May 21 - Postbahnhof, Berlin, Germany
May 23 - Berns, Stockholm, Sweden
May 26 - Kulturbolaget, Malmö, Sweden
May 28 - Store Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
Jun. 01 - Bataclan, Paris, France
Jun. 03 - Werk II, Leipzig, Germany
Jun. 04 - Grunspan, Hamburg, Germany
Jun. 05 - Zeche, Bochum, Germany
Jun. 07 - Rock am Ring 2008, Nürburgring, Germany
Jun. 08 - Rock im Park 2008, Nürnberg, Germany
Jun. 11 - Fillmore, Cortemaggiore, Italy
Jun. 13 - Nova Rock Festival, Nickelsdorf, Austria
Jun. 15 - Download Festival 2008, Donington, UK
Jun. 16 - Union Chapel, London, UK
Jun. 18 - Academy, Oxford, UK
Jun. 19 - Sheffield, Leadmill, UK
Jun. 20 - Carling Academy, Liverpool, UK
Jun. 22 - Garage, Glasgow, UK
Jun. 23 - Spring and Airbrake, Belfast, UK
Jun. 25 - Rockefeller, Oslo, Norway

For his recent U.S. solo tour, Jonathan Davis drew from a wide variety of material, including a number of selections that Davis composed for the soundtrack of the movie "Queen of the Damned", along with obscure KORN tracks and selected cover tunes. Many of the songs had never been performed live before. Davis took out a five-piece band that included current KORN touring guitarist Shane Gibson and the band's touring keyboardist, Zac Baird.

Davis recorded a live CD/DVD at a private show for friends and family on November 8, 2007.

Jonathan Davis took part in a three-song acoustic performance on the "Kevin & Bean" morning show on the Los Angeles radio station KROQ on November 7, 2007. Watch some of the performance footage below.


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