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Jonathan Davis
Jonathan Davis 2016.jpg
Davis performing with Korn in June 2016
Background information
Birth name Jonathan Howsmon Davis
Also known as
  • JD
  • JDevil
  • J Devil
Born (1971-01-18) January 18, 1971 (age 49)
Bakersfield, California, U.S.
  • Musician
  • songwriter
  • singer
  • producer
  • actor
Years active 1987–present
Associated acts

Jonathan Howsmon Davis (born January 18, 1971), also known as JD,[1] JDevil, or J Devil, is an American singer and musician. He is best known as the lead vocalist and frontman of the nu metal band Korn.

Early life

Jonathan Howsmon Davis[2][3] was born in Bakersfield, California, on January 18, 1971, the son of Holly Marie (née Smith; born May 6, 1949-died February 25, 2018) Chavez and Ricky Duane "Rick" Davis (born December 14, 1948). His parents married on February 27, 1970. He is of English, German, Scottish, and Welsh descent.[4][5] He has a sister, Alyssa Marie Davis (born February 8, 1974), a half-brother, Mark Chavez[6] (lead singer of Adema; born November 15, 1978), and a half-sister, Amanda Chavez (born July 31, 1981), by his mother.[7] His father was a keyboardist for Buck Owens and Frank Zappa, while his mother was a professional actress and dancer.[8] His parents divorced when he was three years old and he was raised by his father and former stepmother in Bakersfield.[8]

Davis suffered severe bouts of asthma as a child,[9] and survived a near-fatal asthma attack when he was five years old. He also spoke of having a horrible relationship with his former stepmother.[10][11][12] He said she used to harass and torture him; she gave him tea mixed with Thai hot oil and jalapeño juice to drink when he was sick, locked him in cabinets, and put cigarette burns on his arms.[10][dead link] Though she was later divorced by Davis' father, the Korn song "Kill You" was nonetheless written about her.[10][11][12] Davis has said that his earliest musical inspiration as a child was the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Jesus Christ Superstar, and his favorite musical group was Duran Duran.[13] He worked at Toys R Us, which Korn later referenced with the backwards R in their logo due to not only him but other members working at Toys R Us as well. He was persistently harassed in Highland High School for wearing eyeliner, long clothes, and listening to new wave music.[14] He was constantly called homophobic names,[13] which later inspired the Korn song "Faget".[15] Davis' "HIV" tattoo on his upper left arm was also inspired by his experience of being bullied. He says even teachers were mean to him and sent him to the counselor for wearing eyeliner.[16] His great-grandmother was from Scotland and played pipe records all the time. His grandmother gave him his first set of bagpipes, then he learned to play it in Highland High School where there was a pipe band.[17] He graduated from Highland High School in 1989. He got a job as a coroner's assistant, and then he attended The San Francisco School of Mortuary Science during a college's one-year program. At 16 he became an assistant in the Kern County Coroner's Department and was also a professional embalmer for a funeral home.[18][13][19]

Davis commented in Kerrang! :

I had post-traumatic stress from seeing dead babies, and young kids that had died after finding a parent’s stash of drugs – shit that I shouldn’t have been seeing at 16 or 17 years old. I had to have a lot of therapy to make the nightmares go away, but I got through it and it made me appreciate life a lot more.[20]

In an interview for The Guardian, Davis said he left home when he was 18 because he felt like "public enemy number one", since his stepmother quoted as "twisted and sadistic" hated him, and his own father was embarrassed by the situation.[21] He said he listened to metal for the first time when he heard Vulgar Display of Power by Pantera. Davis joined his first band in 1991 called SexArt, to leave it later in early 1993 when ex-band members of L.A.P.D. noticed him after seeing his live performance with SexArt. Davis, who worked by day in a mortuary, initially did not want to join the band, but after consulting a psychic he decided to audition, and then he joined Korn in his early 20s.[22][23] Davis stated in 2014 that if he wasn't a musician he would probably be a coroner investigator.[24]


Davis has a cameo in Queen of the Damned as a ticket scalper.[25] Davis plays a minor role as Ricky, a crack dealer, in the film Seeing Other People.[25] Davis also has a role as a store clerk in the independent film The Still Life.[25]

He has also been featured in many other bands' music videos, sometimes with Korn and sometimes solo. He has appeared with Korn in the Limp Bizkit music videos for "Break Stuff" and "Faith".[26] In 2009, Davis collaborated with Infected Mushroom, a psychedelic trance and electronic music group, appearing in the music video for their track "Smashing the Opponent", as well as with dubstep artist Datsik on "Evilution."[27] He also worked with the EDM group Skynd in their debut real crime song "Gary Heidnik", appearing in the music video for it as well.[28]

Davis and the rest of Korn appeared in a 2005 episode of the comedy-drama television series Monk, titled "Mr. Monk Gets Stuck in Traffic".[29]

Davis and Korn voiced themselves in season 3 of South Park in the episode "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery",[30] which features them as characters inspired by the cartoon Scooby-Doo, driving a van similar to the Mystery Machine and trying to solve a mystery about pirate ghosts.

He voiced Succulentus in an episode of OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes titled "Know Your Mom". The character was based on Davis and a parody of Nu-Metal in general.



Solo career

Jonathan Davis first began working on a solo album in 2007, forming the group Jonathan Davis and the SFA. Although he released two live albums with the group, no studio albums were completed and the band disbanded in 2014 after the death of guitarist Shane Gibson. However, in December 2017, Davis began announcing solo tour dates and festival appearances, and in January 2018 released his first solo single, "What It Is". On May 25, 2018, he released his debut solo album, Black Labyrinth on Sumerian Records.

Solo band members
  • Jonathan Davis - vocals
  • Chris Nix - guitar
  • Brian Allen - upright bass
  • Sven Martin - keyboards
  • Ray Luzier - drums
  • Emilio "Zef" China - violin, rhythm guitar, backing vocals


JDevil at I Love This City San Diego 2012.

JDevil is the EDM alter-ego of Jonathan Davis. He has been DJing since 1987 while he was still in high school. He began working for Pacific West Sound and spun at high school dances and parties on the weekends in Bakersfield. He used to spin New York freestyle, Miami bass, old school hip hop, goth, and industrial.[31] In 2009, he began to DJ again and he introduced JDevil to the world in 2011 at Infected Mushroom appearances and as an opening act on Korn's Path of Totality Tour.[32] Jonathan felt a need to use a unique name while making music. As he states in an interview,[33] he has combined initials (JD), and 'evil' into 'JDevil'. He has nicknamed his late wife, Deven, Devil, which also is a part of JDevil moniker. Jonathan says JDevil represents "indulgence and doing whatever you want to do and not ignoring your instincts, as long as you don't hurt anybody."[33] JDevil's EDM style combines elements of dubstep, jungle, drum and bass, four-on-the-floor, and metal.[33]

Live performances

JDevil was one of the opening acts for Korn on their The Path of Totality Tour from November 2011 - July 2012 in North America and Europe.[34]

While on a short break from touring with Korn in July 2012, JDevil had a short four-day club tour which consisted of The Junkyard in Nashua, New Hampshire, Pufferbellies Entertainment Complex in Hyannis, Massachusetts, Lizard Lounge in Dallas, Texas, and The Garden in El Paso, Texas.[34]

In July 2012, JDevil had signed on to perform at select Identity Festival dates throughout North America.[35] He only performed at two shows, Comcast Center (amphitheater) in Mansfield, Massachusetts and Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Virginia.[36][37]

In August 2012, it was announced that JDevil would open for Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson on their Twins of Evil Tour at select dates in North America.[38] However, before the tour began, JDevil had to drop out of the tour due to exhaustion.[39][40]

JDevil's stage presence is one that thrives on chaos and disorder. He has said that he wants to entertain the crowd and make it insane.[41][42]

I make people drop their jaws because I'm just up there telling them to go fuck themselves. No one's ever done that at an EDM show and crowds are loving it. It's not like I'm offending anyone, people are like 'Yeah, fuck you too!'

— Jonathan Davis[43]

Other projects

Davis has recorded original songs with Korn for Haze and Silent Hill: Downpour.[44] He has also voice acted for the TV show OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes.[45]

Davis created an original fighting game, Pop Scars, which pits popular musical personalities against each other in one-on-one combat. Participants include members of Limp Bizkit, Staind, Marilyn Manson, and Korn itself. Each celebrity has its own personality and sports character designs sketched by comic book artist Marty Emond, while stages feature environmental traps that impede opponents as they fight. Pop Scars never made it past the early design stages, as Davis himself pulled the plug on the project in late 2004.[46]

Personal life

Davis' childhood is a major influence on Korn lyrics. The song "Daddy" gave rise to a rumor that he was molested by his father, Rick Davis. However, Jonathan has gone on record in many interviews saying he wrote the song about a female family friend who sexually abused him. He said that when he tried to turn to his family as a child to tell them about the abuse, they shrugged it off and didn't believe him.[47]

Davis has been married twice. His first marriage was to his high school sweetheart Renee Perez. They were married on November 28, 1998 in a Medieval-themed ceremony. Together they had a son, Nathan Howsmon Davis, who was born on October 18, 1995.[3] The couple divorced in 2000. A decade after the release of Korn's first album, on October 10, 2004, Davis married in Hawaii, this time to former porn star Deven Davis. Davis' second child, Pirate Howsmon Davis,[48] was born on March 18, 2005.[3][49] Davis' third son, Zeppelin Howsmon Davis, was born on April 28, 2007.[3][50] Jonathan filed for divorce in October 2016, citing irreconcilable differences.[51] On August 17, 2018, Jonathan filed a domestic violence restraining order. The judge issued a temporary order blocking any child custody or visitation by Deven. Jonathan alleged Deven was deep into drugs, something she had struggled with for more than 20 years. Deven Davis died on August 12, 2018 at the age of 39 of an accidental overdose. Deven's cause of death was a fatal mixture of cocaine, heroin, clonazepam, topiramate and fluoxetine in her system at the time of her death.[52] Deven was unaware Jonathan filed the restraining order as she had not even been served the documents.[53]

Davis claims that he has not used alcohol or any other drugs since August 22, 1998.[54] On the band's Deuce DVD, Davis' bandmates all say they are proud of him for his sobriety.

Davis has stated that Korn's self-titled debut is his favorite album by the band.[55]

In the early 2000s, Davis began collecting serial killer art and memorabilia, publicly displaying selected items while on the Ozzfest 2003 tour. In 2005, he was considering starting a serial killer museum with Arthur Rosenblatt but pulled out of the deal, leading Rosenblatt to sue him. The litigation was ultimately resolved successfully by Ed McPherson, Davis' attorney. Davis later denounced the items and got rid of them.[56]

In late 2006, Davis was recognized and honored at Buck Owens' Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, California, by Buddy Alan, son of the late country singer Buck Owens.

While Korn performed at the Download Festival in 2006, Davis was unable to perform, as he had developed idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), a rare bleeding disorder. This left him bedridden for days after his band's performance. Assorted other artists also at Download filled in singing for Korn during the performance including M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold, Matt Heafy of Trivium, Jesse Hasek of 10 Years, Benji Webbe of Skindred, Dez Fafara of Coal Chamber and Corey Taylor of Slipknot.[57] The songs "Starting Over" and "Hold On" were inspired by the illness.

Political views

In 2006, Davis explained his political views, saying, "I'm political to a point where it affects human life, from global warming to abortion issues to my gun rights", but expressed no interest in issues like taxation, saying, "I don't really care. Obviously even going out and voting doesn't really count, it's all based down to these Electoral College votes."[58] Davis has expressed support for same-sex marriage and transgender people.[59]

Davis has expressed support for libertarian Republican Party candidates Ron Paul[60][61] and Rand Paul.[61] Davis once described Barack Obama as an "Illuminati puppet"[60] and told Billboard that Obama had "basically dragged this country down into the worst it's ever been."[62] In 2014, Davis said that the United States was becoming a "police state".[63]

Military visits

In 2012, Jonathan began visiting United States Armed Forces stationed in Europe. On March 16, 2012, Jonathan made his first visit to Ramstein Air Base, Germany where he visited with personnel assigned to the 86th Airlift Wing and Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. The Explosive Ordnance Disposal personnel showed him how to operate the bomb disposal robot and how to render safe an improvised explosive device wearing a Bombsuit. Firefighter personnel showed how to use the water cannon in the new Striker ARFF fire apparatus. Readiness and Emergency Management personnel showed a variety of Chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) detection and protection equipment. He also did a meet and greet signing autographs for the troops and their families at the AAFES Military Mall (Kaiserslautern Military Community Center). He visited wounded warriors from all over the world at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and the USO Wounded Warriors Center.[64][65][66][67]

On August 11, 2012, Jonathan made another trip to Ramstein Air Base, Germany to visit with personnel assigned to the 86th Airlift Wing, 37th Airlift Squadron, and Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. During this visit, he was able to get a tour of a C-130J, Hercules and Explosive Ordnance Disposal personnel demonstrated a "Hollywood shot" explosive and the destruction a small amount of explosive can do to a car. Again, he visited the wounded warriors at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and the USO Wounded Warriors Center. A documentary of his experiences, "Wounded Warriors" was submitted to the 1st Annual GI Film Festival Hollywood[68] and won Audience Choice Award on November 10, 2012.[69][70][71] As a result of these trips, once Barack Obama awarded Captain Florent Groberg the Medal of Honor, he mentioned how Davis visited Groberg in Germany, and joked that "I am not the lead singer from Korn".[72] While Davis had been a vocal critic of Obama,[73] he expressed shock at the mention, particularly as it was a compliment: "The President of the United States gave me props for being there for a Medal of Honor recipient. Groberg went through hell."[74]


Davis using "The Bitch", August 2012.

Four months before the release of Untouchables, in March 2002, during a South America tour, Jonathan Davis unveiled a microphone stand art piece named "The Bitch", which was created and conceptualized by Swiss artist H.R. Giger.[75] Initially, Davis being a fan of Giger's work, had the idea of ​​a special microphone stand through one of his friends. Davis contacted Giger and was pleased when the Swiss artist accepted a commission to come up with a design for the mic stand. He asked Giger for a microphone stand that was both "biomechanical and very erotic", giving him complete freedom of design. In 2000, during the European Issues tour, Davis visited the H.R. Giger Museum in Switzerland. The more they discussed his drawings, the more time passed, and the figure became thinner more and more. H.R. Giger and his assistant Roni emailed photos of the progress to the United States, during this process Davis gave his approval and asked him for some minor adjustments, so he could grab it more easily for his live performances. Giger said that Davis' only concern was that it had be "totally functional and as movable as possible". Only five bio-mechanical mic stands cast in the shape of a woman were manufactured at a foundry in Zurich, from molds that were then destroyed, adding to their historic allure and value. Davis had received three of the bio-mechanical microphone stands, Giger kept the other two for permanent display at the H.R. Giger Museum and another for his gallery exhibitions.[76][77][78][79]

He had sculpted it out of clay, he sculpted the whole thing by hand, and as soon as I saw it I just fell in love with it. It was such an amazing experience. [ ... ] His influence is felt in the music. Korn’s music is very dark and his art was dark, the two elements complement each other so well. You can’t help but be inspired by someone that creative and with such a dark imagination. I don’t know what else to say man, he was just a genius.

— Jonathan Davis, speaking of H.R. Giger in Louder Sound.[80]

Jonathan has been sponsored by Shure microphones since the mid 90's and has used them for live performances since. He's used wireless KSM9 and KSM8 models in recent years.[81][82] Davis uses a variety of microphones in the studio including the Telefunken U47 and ELA M 251.[83]



Jonathan Davis and the SFA
  • Sound Surgery (2012)


As lead artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album




"Careless"[88] 2007 Non-album singles
"Got Money"
(featuring Jim Root)
2008 41
"Silent Hill"[89] 2012 Silent Hill: Downpour soundtrack
"What It Is"[90] 2018 5 47 21 Black Labyrinth
"Basic Needs" 19
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album



"Year 2000"
(Xzibit featuring Jonathan Davis)
2000 76 28 Black and White soundtrack
"Smashing the Opponent"[93]
(Infected Mushroom featuring Jonathan Davis)
2009 Legend of the Black Shawarma
"The Enabler"[94]
(Chuck Mosley featuring Jonathan Davis and John 5)
Will Rap Over Hard Rock for Food
(Datsik and Infected Mushroom featuring Jonathan Davis)
2012 Vitamin D
"Wake Up!"
(Islander featuring Jonathan Davis)
2017 Non-album single
"Necessary Evil"
(Motionless in White featuring Jonathan Davis)
29 Graveyard Shift
"Gary Heidnik"
(SKYND featuring Jonathan Davis)
2018 Chapter 1
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles

List of promotional singles, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Justice" (Remix)
(Rev Theory featuring Jonathan Davis)
2011 Justice

Other appearances

Guest appearances

List of non-single guest appearances, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
(Sepultura featuring Jonathan Davis, Mike Patton and DJ Lethal)
1996 Roots
"Sleepy Hollow"[97]
(Deadsy featuring Jonathan Davis)
(Orgy featuring Jonathan Davis)
1998 Candyass
"Ty Jonathan Down"[99]
(Videodrone featuring Jonathan Davis)
1999 Videodrone
"Nobody Like You"[100]
(Limp Bizkit featuring Scott Weiland and Jonathan Davis)
Significant Other
"Take It Back"[101]
(Snot featuring Jonathan Davis)
2000 Strait Up
"Just for Now"[102]
(Fieldy's Dreams featuring Jonathan Davis)
2002 Rock'n Roll Gangster
"1stp Klosr"[103]
(Linkin Park featuring Jonathan Davis and The Humble Brothers)
"Love on the Rocks"[104] 2003 Wonderland soundtrack
"Cut Throat"[105]
(Marz featuring Jonathan Davis)
2004 Gorilla Pimpin'
"Witness the Addiction"[106]
(Suicide Silence featuring Jonathan Davis)
2011 The Black Crown
"Silent So Long"[107]
(Emigrate featuring Jonathan Davis)
2014 Silent So Long
"It's Time to Get Weird"[108]
(Sunflower Dead featuring Jonathan Davis)
2015 It's Time to Get Weird
"Starting to Turn"[109]
(Tech N9ne featuring Jonathan Davis)
2016 The Storm
"Whatever Goes Up"
(Bone Thugs featuring Jonathan Davis)
2017 New Waves

Remix work

List of remix work for other artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"Hear Me Now" (Jonathan Davis Remix)[110] 2011 Hollywood Undead American Tragedy Redux
"Thunder Kiss '65" (JDevil Number of the Beast Remix)[111] 2012 Rob Zombie Mondo Sex Head
"The Kids Will Have Their Say" (JDevil Catholic Nun Remix)[112] Steve Aoki, Sick Boy The Kids Will Have Their Say EP
"Bug Party" (JDevil Catholic Nun Remix) Huoratron Non-album song


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External links

  • Korn's official website
  • Official website
  • Jonathan Davis on IMDb
  • Interview with Jonathan Davis
  • Interview with Jonathan Davis at Inked Magazine
  • Interview with Jonathan Davis from Rolling Stone
  • Jonathan Davis Biography, Video's & more
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