This Monday, Corey Taylor brings his sold-out London Palladium show to the world!
Watch the global livestream, as the show happens, at 9 pm BST on October 17th and on-demand for 48 hours after.
The livestream will benefit The Taylor Foundation, Corey’s charity that supports and uplifts military veterans, emergency personnel and their families, living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
“The sold out London Palladium show, also featuring THE CHERRY BOMBS, will be a benefit event for my charity, The Taylor Foundation, which supports and uplifts military veterans, emergency personnel and their families, living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).”
The show will then be re-broadcast twice, so fans around the world can watch at a time suitable for them. Thereafter, the show will be available to watch ‘On Demand’ for another 48hrs.
- Live: 9pm BST
- Rebroadcast #1: 9pm EDT
- Rebroadcast #2: 9pm PDT
- On Demand: Monday 17 October 12pm PDT – Wednesday 19 October 12pm PDT
Ticketholders will get access to the livestream and to on-demand replays which will be available for 48-hours after the live show has ended. Fans can buy tickets and watch the live show and on-demand replays, from anywhere around the world.
An Interview with Corey Taylor
Brothers in Arms: Corey Taylor works to bring awareness and implement action for those living with PTSD. Read the full interview at Knotfest.com
“A lot of people have really come out of the woodwork to support us,” Taylor said. “A lot of the groups that we’ve been dealing with have been so appreciative of the fact that — not only are we trying to raise money and get everything kind of going — but at the same time just bringing attention to the things that these groups have to deal with. The groups that are actually trying to do some good.”
“It’s one of those things that you don’t realize that people aren’t really talking about it. Or they’re not aware of just how prevalent the issues are when it comes to PTSD in ex-military veterans, law enforcement, people who work in … the emergency services.”
At Louder than Life that group was Veteran’s Club, a Louisville-based organization that seeks not only to provide things like housing assistance and vocational training to the veteran and first responder community, but also to create a connection and community in order to help with healing and recovery.