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A sneak peek to the music video for Nick Jonas and The Administration's single "Who I Am" has come out in the form of a commercial video. Debuted via YouTube, the less-than-a-minute clip offers a glimpse of 17-year-old Nick Jonas and his bandmates recording the song in a studio.
Beside sharing a look at how the upcoming video will be like, the clip also includes when the music video for the title track off the five-men band's debut album "Who I Am" can be enjoyed. It mentioned that the video will be debuted on Disney Channel on Friday, January 1 at 2:00 P.M. Eastern/ 1:00 P.M. Central.
Nick Jonas and The Administration comprises of Nick Jonas of Jonas Brothers on vocal, John Fields on bass, Michael Bland on drum, Tommy Barbarella on keyboard, and David Ryan Harris on guitar. In January 2010, the band are scheduled to hit the road »
Having made their debut at "The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!!", Nick Jonas and The Administration heads to 2010 Critics' Choice Movie Awards. On Wednesday, December 16, the Broadcast Film Critics Association announced that they have picked the side project of Jonas Brothers' own Nick Jonas as the awards' house band.
"We could not be more excited to have Nick Jonas & The Administration on our stage at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards," Tom Calderone, the president of VH1, said in a statement. "We pride ourselves at VH1 on presenting high-energy performances by top artists during our live events. Nick and his band will certainly continue that tradition, revealing another side of Nick that his fans haven't seen yet."
The appointment means that the five-men band will entertain the audience as well as keep the pace of the show moving. They will perform classic hits as well a few of their original songs between awards and commercials. »
A sneak peek at another song from Nick Jonas and The Administration has hit the web. On Tuesday, December 8, the band's lead Nick Jonas has released a preview of "Conspiracy Theory" during his appearance on "It's On With Alexa Chung".
Beside offering a sneak peek at the song, which is included in the band's debut album "Who I Am", the 17-year -old also talked about his preparation for Kevin Jonas' wedding to Danielle Deleasa. He told host Alexa Chung that he had created a song for his brother's upcoming nuptials.
Some days prior to the release of the track's preview, the youngest member of Jonas Brothers along with his new side project debuted their single "Rose Garden". They performed the song live during their visit at Ryan Seacrest's Kiss-fm radio show.
Synchronized Omj's were heard loud and far last night when Nick Jonas announced on his blog that he will be touring with his band in the Us. 2010 kicks off with the start of Nick Jonas and the Administration tour on January 2nd in Dallas, Texas and wrapping up in Berkeley, California on January 30th. The month long mini tour hits up practically every major city in the Us but sadly no Canada or International dates have been announced. Find out if your city made the cut and learn more about scoring tickets to the ultimate Nick Jonas event. Up until now, little news was made public about Nick Jonas and the Administration; we did just find out that they would be playing on the Grammy Nominations Concert Live Special airing December 2 on CBS hosted by LL Cool J. On Monday, Nick and his band took to their MySpace to fill »
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Nick Jonas, brother of the Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum selling Jonas Brothers, is headed out for his solo tour with Nick Jonas & The Administration in January of 2010. The tour will feature music from Nick's upcoming album, "Who I Am," to be released in stores on February 2.
The tour kicks off on January 2 in Dallas at the House of Blues and will wrap up on January 30 in Berkely, California at the Zellerbach Auditorium. All of the shows will be set in intimate settings to reflect the feel of his new album.
The Administration consists of John Fields on bass, drummer Michael Bland and keyboardist Tommy Barbarella. Guitarist David Ryan Harris played on the new album, but Sonny Thompson will join the band on tour.
Tickets for the show go on sale starting December 5 for dates in New York, Nashville, D.C., Chicago and Dallas and on December 12 for nationwide tickets. Tickets can be purchased online at LiveNation. »
Having shared a taste of his first single sans Jonas Brothers titled "Who I Am", Nick Jonas moves forward with his side project Nick Jonas and The Administration with a promise of intimate shows on tour. On Tuesday, December 1, the 17-year-old posted a press release announcing the dates for the band's January 2010 tour on his MySpace account.
The tour will be kicked off on January 2, 2010 in Dallas at House of Blues and wrapped up on January 30 in Berkeley, CA at Zellerbach Auditorium. The press release mentioned that "the shows will be intimate in their setting" and reflect the more raw and powerful feel of the band's upcoming album "Who I Am", which will be available on Hollywood Records on February 2, 2010.
Nick and the band will perform songs from the album as well as some surprise cover songs and a handful of Jonas Brothers' songs that are personal to Nick. »
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