SLIPKNOT’s Frontman Corey Taylor Reveals Private Event For Charity Campaign

SLIPKNOT and STONE SOUR‘s frontman Corey Taylor set a new event for a charity campaign. This event place on November 5th, 2020 unknown in Los Angeles, California. Also, titled as “private, socially distanced, secret performance from Taylor” because of the ongoing pandemic.

On October 2nd, 2020, Corey’s debut solo album, “CMFT“, was released via Roadrunner Records. In this album Corey Taylor working with Jason Christopher on bass, Dustin Schoenhofer on drums, and Zach Throne and Christian Martucci (STONE SOUR) on guitar. Also, this album completed at The Hideout Recording Studio in Las Vegas with producer Jay Ruston.

But Corey can’t stop his new live events and announces this secret concert show.

Here is the Corey Taylor secret event description:

“Corey Taylor is putting on a (socially distanced) secret private show in the LA area on November 5th. He also offering spots to five fans and a friend to join him. And one of them could be yours!

All you have to do is make a tax-deductible gift (of $5 or more) to the Sweet Relief COVID-19 Fund to be entered for a chance to win. Then after you enter, keep taking action to earn more points and redeem more entries. This one is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Transportation is not provided.

Not in LA? No problem. Donate $25 to Sweet Relief and get a poster signed by Corey. And as a special bonus, one additional winner will also receive an Epiphone Les Paul Special VE, Vintage Edition Electric Guitar signed by Corey Taylor.”

He also recently says about his latest solo album, “People kept asking me about it; it came up in every interview and with every fan that I talked to. For a while, it was like, ‘No, how greedy can you be? I’ve got two great bands. I get to do pretty much any guest appearance I fucking want.’ Then the more I thought about it, I thought, ‘I’ve got all these songs that are really good. What am I going to do with them?'”

Corey Taylor‘s upcoming event happens on November 5th, 2020 also in Los Angeles, California. You can win tickets and merch on here.

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