KORN Singer JONATHAN DAVIS: New Video Interview Posted Online
Gus Griesinger of Glam-Metal.com conducted an interview with KORN singer Jonathan Davis at this year's one-day Ozzfest, which was held on August 9, 2008 in Frisco, Texas. Watch the chat below.
Jonathan Davis recently spoke to Chris Steffen of RollingStone.com about the KORN singer's forthcoming solo record, which Davis says won't just be KORN-style ragers with a different staff. "I always compare it to when Steve Perry went and did 'Oh Sherrie', which is a fucking JOURNEY song," he said. "It sounded exactly like JOURNEY, and that's fucked up. I don't want to do that."
"I feel like I'm waving the flag for musicianship, trying to bring back bands that can play," Davis told RollingStone.com after his main stage set at this weekend's Ozzfest. "It seems like a lot of music today is so churned out and simple. I like playing these festivals, because it's one thing all day, and then here I come on, and everyone's like, 'Whoa,' then back to the grind."
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