FLYLEAF Singer Recalls First Time Seeing KORN

Launch Radio Networks reports: FLYLEAF is jumping from one major tour to another, finishing up the Family Values trek with KORN last month and getting ready for DISTURBED's Music As A Weapon jaunt in November. Singer Lacey Mosley told Launch that her favorite moment from Family Values was seeing KORN for the first time. "They set the chair up right, like, pretty much onstage, like, you could see the crowd, and I was really nervous that I was in everybody's way and so I pulled my legs up to my chest, like, in a fetal position, and made sure that nobody would get mad at me 'cause I was in their way," she said. "But it was the most amazing thing to see. It's really cool to be able to see it from that point of view."

FLYLEAF will visit Japan and Germany this month before coming home to begin Music As A Weapon, which also features NONPOINT and Family Values tourmates STONE SOUR, on November 15 in Providence, Rhode Island.

FLYLEAF's self-titled debut album has sold 389,000 copies since its release last fall and features the current single, "Fully Alive".


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