Korn’s Jonathan Davis Launches T-Shirt Campaign to Benefit Suicide Prevention + Anti-Bullying Organizations
Korn singer Jonathan Davis is teaming up with Merchful to kick off the #BeDifferent brand with a Freaks Do It Better shirt. The brand is designed to "show that it is OK to be a freak, an outcast or just a tiny bit normal/abnormal."
In a post on his Facebook page, Davis says, "Hey guys, I'm launching a 2 week T-Shirt brand campaign with Merchful today to help those that are suffering from bullying or suicidal thoughts. As you know, bullying is something a lot of people have to deal with and many times that type of harassment leads to suicide."
Davis continues, "Let's help shine a light on this crap, let's be weird, let's be different, but always be yourself. Let's see how many people we can get behind this movement."
The shirts can be ordered at this location. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Stomp Out Bullying.
In other Korn news, it was announced this week that the band will be part of the Chicago Open Air Festival. They'll be headlining the July 15 edition of the three day festival. They'll also be playing at this year's Rock on the Range in Columbus, Ohio and Rock Fest in Cadott, Wis.
To see the rest of their 2017 tour schedule, which includes tours of Europe and Latin America along with a couple of March dates in Anaheim, Calif., go here.
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