Korn Debuts New CD Via Live On The Big Screen Concert

If you can't catch a show in person, the next best thing is
watching it live via satellite, as thousands of Korn fans did via the group's
first-ever "Live On The Big Screen" Album Premiere concert. The 1 1/2 hour live
concert showcased the group's new Untouchables CD, and was broadcast from
New York's Hammerstein Ballroom via satellite to 44 screens in 37 movie
theaters in more than 30 major US cities via the collective assets of AEG:
Concerts West, Regal CineMedia and Spring Communications, who joined forces
with Korn, its management company The Firm and Epic Records in a unique and
ground-breaking promotion. Tickets were 'first come first serve'. Korn CDs
were also sold in theater lobbies.

"Amazingly, this was not just a great innovative new broadcast
of a live concert, this multi-media event was a special combination of
lighting and set
design from the stage, pre-produced graphics, great camera
effects and great
direction by Jim Gable and his staff all topped off by a
stellar performance
by Korn, that will become the yardstick on how others develop
new ways to
deliver content to the screen," says John Rubey, CEO of Spring
Communications.

The group kicked off its summer tour June 20 in Wilkes-Barre, PA.

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