KORN lead singer Jonathan Davis is just 10 days into his first-ever solo tour and he told The Pulse of Radio couldn't be any happier with the way things are going. "It's been amazing," he said. "I cannot complain. It's been a great, great tour so far. Great experience. I can't believe the players I have in my band and what more can I say, it's something completely different."
Davis brings his "Alone I Play" tour to Washington D.C. on Monday night (November 19), with dates scheduled through mid-December.
Davis' show in New York City last Tuesday (November 13) was attended by KORN guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer, who was apparently in town to purchase a loft to reside in for a while.
Shane Gibson, currently playing guitar in Davis' solo band, will also be the touring guitarist for KORN when the group hits the road again in early 2008.
Davis recorded a live CD/DVD at a private concert for friends and family just before starting the tour, which he is now selling at the shows.
Watch fan-filmed video footage of Jonathan Davis performing at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey on November 14, 2007:
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