Jonathan Davis, lead singer of Korn, came to The Ready Room in St. Louis, MO. on October 23rd headlining the Black Labyrinth Tour that started in El Paso, TX. and will be ending in Lexington, KY. The night started off with a VIP meet and greet with the Korn icon himself. Upon arriving to the venue, fans were greeted by a friendly VIP Coordinator and placed inside, so they didn’t have wait in the cold.
Once inside, they were given an autographed Jonathan Davis Black Labyrinth 8×10 Poster and an exclusive Jonathan Davis patch. A fan told us that “Jonathan walked out and was placed behind a wall so fans would have the privacy and intimacy of talking to him. He shook hands, hugged, talked, and thanked every each individual person after their picture was taken. Each fan was happy, shaking, or filled with tears of joy.”
When it came time for Jonathan and his band mates to take the stage, the lights were changed to red and left that way for the whole show, setting the appropriate mood for the set. The band consisted of 4 members, one of which played the upright bass. Being a Korn side project the upright bass was an unforeseen but nice touch to the line up. There was also an amazing drum solo half way through the set that caused fans to jam out and cheer along with him.
Fan favorites for the show included:
“Forsaken” (ft. on “Queen of the Damned”)
“What You Believe”
“What It Is”
You can find the rest of the tour dates on their website at andavis.com
Click on any photo below to open the gallery and scroll below the photos to hear “What It Is” and “Basic Needs” from The Black Labyrinth.