KORN To Appear On 'Loveline' This Wednesday

KORN members Jonathan Davis, James "Munky" Shaffer and Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu will guest on the nationally syndicated "Loveline" show this Wednesday, March 7.

According to Korn.Simpol.Net, Davis appeared on the show last July where he and host Dr. Drew helped listeners with personal problems live on air and enjoyed the occasional cupcake.

For more information on "Loveline" and to find out if your local radio station broadcasts the show, visit the official web site at LovelineShow.com.

Launch Radio Networks reported last week that KORN has recruited guitarist Clint Lowery, formerly of SEVENDUST and more recently with DARK NEW DAY, as the band's touring guitarist for 2007. The group had previously enlisted ex-OTEP axeman Rob Patterson for most of its live dates last year, but guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer said it was time to make a change. "There were some things I was just unhappy with, and I wanted to try to get somebody in that I was comfortable sharing the stage with," he said. "I've always been a SEVENDUST fan, and I was thinking it would be great, if Clint Lowery wasn't doing anything, if he'd be interested in touring with KORN. I called him up, I ran it by him, and I'm real excited. There's been a lot of skepticism about this, but once people see this guy play and sing, all the worry will diminish."

Lowery is the second replacement for original KORN guitarist Brian "Head" Welch, who left the band two years ago to devote his life to Christianity.

Lowery made his debut with KORN Thursday (March 1) when the band made its first appearance ever on NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno".

KORN is currently recording its eighth studio album and plans to release it this summer. Veteran rock drummer Terry Bozzio is filling in for original KORN drummer David Silveria, who is taking a hiatus from the group.


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