KORN drummer Ray Luzier will take part in a drum clinic on Saturday, April 27 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Guitar Center in Monroeville, Pennsylvania.
First-call touring and session drummer Ray Luzier is known for his high-profile gigs with David Lee Roth, Jake E. Lee and ARMY OF ANYONE, and has been a member of KORN since 2007. From movie soundtracks to rock and metal albums, Luzier's playing can currently be found on over 70 recordings. As an educator, he has been a Musicians Institute instructor for over 10 years and author of a well-regarded, self-titled instructional DVD.
Join Luzier for a rare, in-person appearance and discussion. The event is free to the public and holds a limited capacity.
For more information, go to this location.
KORN will reunite with founding guitarist Brian "Head" Welch for several festival shows this summer, including two dates in Germany, one concert in the United Kingdom and at the upcoming Rock On The Range festival in Columbus, Ohio.
KORN has been touring for much of the past year behind its 10th studio album, "The Path Of Totality", but has also begun work on a new set of material.
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