PUDDLE OF MUDD To Support KORN This Summer

March 28, 2002

PUDDLE OF MUDD announced on Canada's Much Music on Wednesday that they will be one of the bands opening for KORN on their upcoming summer headlining tour. Another likely candidate to join the package is the Chicago-based rapped MARZ, who recently signed to KORN's label Elementree/Geffen Records.

In related news, KORN bassist Fieldy, LIMP BIZKIT drummer John Otto and STATIC-X guitarist Wayne Static will back up rapper JAY-Z when he performs at the ESPN Action Sports & Music Awards ceremony, which will be held on April 13th at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. Other acts set to perform at the event include UNWRITTEN LAW, X-ECUTIONERS featuring XZIBIT, 3RD STRIKE and THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS.

ESPN will televize the event on April 16th.

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