Korn Frontman Jonathan Davis Going Country


Story by Charles Ken

Jonathan Davis from Korn is working on some country tunes

Going country seems to be the thing to do for rockers. Staind frontman Aaron Lewis went the country route with a solo project a few years back, and Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler recently announced he’s releasing a country album soon. Now, Korn frontman Jonathan Davis is the latest to put on some cowboy boots.

Davis announced via Instagram that he’s working with “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)” country hit-makers Big & Rich. This is pretty surprising, since Davis, of course, is known for his nu-metal in Korn and even some electronica in Korn’s latest tracks.

“Working with Big and Rich on a country music project #Bakersfieldsound,” Davis wrote on the Instagram post. The photo with the caption shows Big & Rich in the recording studio.

Those who are worried Davis is abandoning rock and electronica might feel comforted by the fact Davis also recently unleashed a snippet of a new electronic-tinged solo tune called “Can You Hear Me” via YouTube.

In Korn news, the band has some overseas dates schedule this summer, as well as a Canadian date Aug. 7 at the Heavy Montreal music festival in Montreal.

Photo by Anne Erickson



Posted by Charles Ken | Metal, Music, Rock, Rock News

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