According to KornTV.co.uk, KORN gave an exclusive acoustic performance on the Los Angeles radio station KROQ 106.7 FM on Friday (June 23).
Feeling better from his recent bout with a blood disorder and "recovering from a party last night," KORN frontman Jonathan Davis was joined by guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer in the KROQ radio studios for a special interview to promote The Family Values Tour 2006 in the local area.
Sounding "better than ever," Jonathan and Munky — accompanied by the backup band — performed a "great" acoustic set, playing "Twisted Transistor" and "Coming Undone" off the band's latest studio album, "See You on the Other Side".
KROQ also announced live on air the winner of the Family Values Family Reunion competition for one lucky fan to get an exclusive KORN performance in their backyard.
As previously reported, 10 YEARS, BURY YOUR DEAD and BULLETS AND OCTANE have been officially confirmed for the second stage of this summer's Family Values Tour, launching July 27 in Virginia Beach, VA.
The Family Values Tour shows will now be a full-day affair with main stage headliners KORN, DEFTONES, STONE SOUR and FLYLEAF. Stay tuned for news about more acts to be added to the second stage lineup.
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