Kingsfoil lead singer Jordan Davis met with fans Wednesday night a Books-A-Million in Springettsbury Township.

He was there to let local fans buy tickets to the band's Dec. 29 show at the Chameleon Club in Lancaster. But he ended up answering a lot of questions about the group's drummer, Frankie Muniz, who announced on Twitter this week that he suffered a mini stroke Friday.

Davis said he checked in with Muniz Tuesday and that he's already practicing for the band's upcoming string of shows.

"He's getting comfortable with the drums again," Davis said.

Muniz wouldn't even be thinking about going back out on the road if he wasn't feeling better, Davis added.

This Friday, Muniz will re-unite with his bandmates for a series of pre-holiday shows followed by the Chameleon Club gig.

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Davis, 26, said the group tries to eat right and get as much sleep as they can on tour, but it's a hectic lifestyle. The stroke was a wake-up call, but Davis said he knows it could have been worse. His father had a stroke a few years ago. It took him about a year to recuperate.