Jonathan Davis Says Performing Live Is Like Therapy Following His Wife’s Death
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis says that getting back onstage following the death of his estranged wife Deven is a form of therapy.
He returned to the stage almost three weeks after her passing in August, with a date at San Francisco’s Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium on September 12. During the set, he broke down during the song 4U, telling the crowd, “This is my wife’s favourite song. I’m sorry.”
In a recent interview with Two Doods Reviews, he said: “It’s how I deal with things that go on in my life. Out here is my therapy – playing for people is my therapy.”
Korn are hitting the road with Staind for a huge 28-city tour throughout August and September.
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