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April 6, 2018
6:30 p.m. Doors, 7:30 p.m. Show | $35 ADV, $40 Doors | All Ages
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1332 W Burnside St. Oregon 97209 + Google Map
Music heightens the senses, conjures catharsis, and unlocks other levels of consciousness.
Just ask Korn frontman Jonathan Davis.
Throughout his storied career, he’s unleashed his demons night after night on stage, sharing an escape with audiences of millions. However, Davis does something that he’s never done before on his 2018 solo debut.
“This time, I’m pulling something out of the audience,” he grins. “I’ve bared my soul for so fucking long I thought it’d be really cool to pull listeners in a different direction for once. I’m taking them out of that dark place and into somewhere that’s spiritual, positive, and makes them really think! It’s just art. I’ve changed lives with Korn, but I wanted to open minds with this shit.”
The new music represents a natural step for the Bakersfield, CA singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. A true original, the overpowering figure he casts behind that H.R. Giger-made microphone remains just as iconic as his signature scream does. His output in Korn encompasses two GRAMMY® Award wins, worldwide sales of 40 million-plus, and countless sold out shows in nearly every corner of the globe. Throughout over 20 years in music, his presence coursed through film scores to popular video game franchises, and official remixes for the likes of Steve Aoki and more. Along the way, he lent his voice to tracks for everyone from Linkin Park to Tech N9ne.
Throughout this whirlwind, Davis quietly compiled ideas for what would become this solo effort beginning back in 2007. Writing and recording on the road, he personally played guitar, keys, and anything else he could get his hands on. Moreover, the music was primarily record live.
Numerous times, it felt like fans might experience this music, but it was never the right time.