Launch Radio Networks reports: KORN singer Jonathan Davis told MTV.com that the group's stage show on the upcoming Family Values tour will be even bigger than the production on its recent North American trek. Following the group's first-ever acoustic session on AOL Music, KORN is even thinking about including an unplugged section in the set. It hasn't happened on the band's current European trip, but Davis told Launch not to rule it out. "That hasn't happened yet, but I mean, it could happen, you never know," he said. "When we get done with Europe, we're gonna come back and start rehearsing for that, the new tour in the States, so I'm sure we'll figure something out. We'd like to do more."
KORN is appearing in Europe through the end of June and plays in Germany tonight (Thursday, June 8).
Davis told MTV.com that the band was gratified by the response to its AOL session, in which the band performed four songs acoustically. The vocalist said, "Everyone's digging it, which is surprising. It's surprising to even pull it off. We'd never done it before and just knocked it out."
The Family Values tour, which also features DEFTONES, STONE SOUR, FLYLEAF and others, begins on July 27 in Virginia Beach.
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