Brian Welch - Quotes

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I had to put my kid before my career and all the money I was making. I decided to do the right thing. I was dying inside. If I didn't have my daughter, I would be dead right now, for sure.

I had to put my kid before my career and all the money I was making. I decided to do the right thing. I was dying inside. If I didn't have my daughter, I would be dead right now, for sure.

I worshipped money so much that it ruined my life. Money is not my god. I just want to manage His money for Him, for the poor people, the lost kids. I just love everybody. ---->>>

I loved music, but I found myself at the point where I wanted to die. I didn't care about life. ---->>>

I've had a big heart my whole life; all the Korn fans know that. A lot of people told me that I was different. ---->>>

These dudes were 30 years old, and they would compete about getting the best chick. That came before their friendships. Some of them treat women like they're objects. I never felt like that. ---->>>

I'm real excited. I'm so blessed to have so much peace and joy inside. I just can't keep quiet about it. ---->>>

It just broke my heart, and I had to get away from it. I love them to death, but they know how bad it got. It's not their fault, but I couldn't do that any longer. ---->>>

I think I hit the bottom when my wife left me while I was on the road. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 06-19, 1970
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Occupation: Musician

Brian Philip Welch (born June 19, 1970), better known by the stage name Head, is an American musician, singer and songwriter best known as one of the guitarists and co-founder of the nu metal band Korn and his solo project Love and Death. Along with fellow Korn guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer, Welch helped develop Korn's distinctive sound, a mix of sirenlike shards of dissonant guitar that mimicked a turntablist's various effects and rumbling down-tuned riffing, that defined the nu metal aesthetic beginning in the mid-'90s (wikipedia)