Jonathan Davis Announces Headline Tour April and May Run To Support Debut Solo Album Out Summer 2018 on Sumerian Records First Single “What It Is” Out Now


Jonathan Davis Announces Headline Tour
April and May Run To Support Debut Solo Album
Out Summer 2018 on Sumerian Records
First Single “What It Is” Out Now
PRESS HERE to Watch 
Following the release of “What It Is,” the first single from his debut solo album, Jonathan Davis (Korn) has announced a series of North American headline tour dates. The tour will span most of April and May, hitting both coasts and circle through the Midwest, supporting the forthcoming release, coming this summer on Sumerian Records.


“What It Is” is available now: PRESS HERE to Purchase | Watch Music Video.


While “What It is” represents the beginning of a new chapter for the Bakersfield, CA singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, it also comes as a natural step in his evolution. Davis quietly compiled ideas for what would become this solo effort beginning back in 2007. Writing and recording on the road, he personally contributed guitar, keys, and anything else he could get his hands on to the record. Moreover, the music was primarily recorded live, a departure from Korn’s heavily calculated, meticulous, studio approach to creation. The results have gathered traction quickly, gathering nearly 400,000 streams over the weekend of its release.


Davis is no stranger to finding success while pushing the boundaries of music. His work with Korn yielded two GRAMMY® Award winseight GRAMMY® Award nominations, worldwide sales of 40 million-plus, and countless sold out shows in nearly every corner of the globe. Throughout over 20 years in music, his presence has coursed through film scores, popular video game franchises, and official remixes for the likes of Steve Aoki and more. Along the way, he has also lent his voice to tracks for everyone from Linkin Park to Tech N9ne.


April 6                   Portland, OR                     Crystal Ballroom
April 7                   Seattle, WA                       Showbox
April 9                   Vancouver, BC                  Commodore Ballroom
April 10                 Spokane, WA                    Knitting Factory
April 12                 Sacramento, CA                Ace of Spaces
April 13                 Los Angeles, CA                Belasco Theatre
April 14                 Tucson, AZ                         Kino Veteran Memorial Stadium
April 16                 San Diego, CA                   House of Blues
April 18                 San Francisco, CA             The Fillmore
April 20                 Tempe, AZ                         The Meadows
April 21                 Albuquerque, NM            Sunshine Theater
April 22                 Denver, CO                        Ogden Theater
April 24                 Dallas, TX                           Gas Monkey Live
April 25                 Houston, TX                      Warehouse Live
April 26                 Oklahoma City, OK           Diamond Ballroom
May 1                    Kansas City, KS                  The Truman
May 4                    Milwaukee, WI                  Rave
May 5                    Detroit, MI                         Majestic Theater
May 6                    Chicago, IL                          House of Blues
May 8                    Cincinnati, OH                   Bogart’s
May 9                    Cleveland, OH                   House of Blues
May 11                 Portland, ME                      Aura
May 12                 New York, NY                     Irving Plaza
May 14                 Orlando, FL                        The Plaza Live
May 15                 Atlanta, GA                        Variety Playhouse
May 17                 Silver Spring, MD              The Fillmore
May 18                 Boston, MA                        House of Blues