Nick Jonas | SOS & Who I Am | Future Now Tour Seattle!
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 23           tags: Future | Now: The Tour, Performances, Videos



Nick Jonas | Santa Barbara | Future Now Tour Seattle
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 23           tags: Future | Now: The Tour, Performances, Videos



An Ugly Song – Joe Jonas & Pixie Lott (SNIPPET)
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 19           tags: audio, Pixie Lott



Nick Jonas Inspires Patients During Visit To Seacrest Studios Colorado
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 18           tags: Videos



Nick Jonas – Last Year Was Complicated: Episode Four
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 12           tags: Updates, Videos



DNCE On the Music Cover of FAULT Issue 24
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 10           tags: Article, DNCE, Interviews

BANNER SITE

Joe Jonas’ DNCE has been topping the UK charts for 3 weeks straight, with their overly catchy tune Cake By The Ocean. After giving it a try solo, Jonas ultimately decided that he’s more comfortable in a group rather than on his own. And he couldn’t have made a better call. With Cake By The Ocean blasting from every corner you could possibly imagine, the band are currently touring Europe and are expected to release an album late in the summer. It’s safe to say that Joe has broken the Jonas Brothers mold, much like his younger sibling Nick who was FAULT 21’s cover star. In FAULT Issue 24’s Music Cover shoot, we catch up with Joe here’s his take on life outside of The Jonas Brothers, personal tracks and growing up in the public eye.

When you first got the band together, what was your initial aim? Where did you want it to go?

Originally, it was just about creating the music. At first, we had a bit of a writer’s block and we couldn’t quite figure out the vibe that we wanted. And finally, we worked with new producers from Sweden and kind of just broke the mold. It all happened very quickly and we’re really thrilled with the reaction and how things have happened so far.

How important do you think chemistry is within a band and do you think you have it?

Chemistry is very important. You’re sharing every moment with that person and you want to be able to feel comfortable with them, wherever you go. Sometimes you’re traveling internationally, you’re sharing a tour bus. Not to mention the overall vibe about performing on stage. You want to feel comfortable. I’m very lucky to say we get along.

You must have a lot of unreleased tracks under your belt that you can’t wait to put out. Do you have one in particular that you’re eager to release?

I’d say that Cake By The Ocean has been one of my favourites. There’s also a song called Almost that I wrote with our producer, Nolan, and a few other writers in LA. Almost is a personal song and I feel like it’s really fun to share those with the world. When you can really pull from personal experience and find a way to showcase it in a relatable way, it’s always a rewarding feeling. If you’re going through stuff and have any sort of creative outlet, you might as well put it into good use.

You’ve also had a solo project beforehand. Pros and Cons to working solo as opposed to working in a group?

There are a lot of similarities. There are obviously things that you do when you’re traveling and touring with your brothers that are nice, because you’ve got your family with you at all times. And then, there’s also the element of playing with friends. It’s a fun vibe. But I do prefer playing in a group. There’s something special about our band.

Do you have to deal with Jonas Brothers comparisons anymore?

There are sometimes some comparisons here and there, but I don’t mind. We’re also really supportive of each other’s individual careers, so it makes it all a lot easier.

Since you’ve been in the public eye your entire life, what’s your personal take on fame?

I think fame is something that kind of comes with what you do. Some people handle it differently. I grew up around it, so it hasn’t always been an easy thing for me, but you learn to adjust and adapt to how you’re comfortable. Ultimately, there are things that you’re gonna be cool with and things that are gonna be tough to get over. But at the end of the day, if you remember where you come from and how it can all go away so easily, it makes it a little bit easier to handle.

What’s your FAULT?

I can be clumsy on stage. There are definitely a few shows where I’ve fallen off. There are a couple of Youtube videos to be watched.

Source: FAULT



DNCE Does Australia!
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 9           tags: DNCE, Videos



DNCE Cover TLC | Hamish & Andy
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 9           tags: DNCE, Performances, Videos



DNCE Perform ‘Cake By The Ocean’ | Hamish & Andy
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 9           tags: DNCE, Performances, Videos



Joe Jonas on Finding His Voice, DNCE and Eating Cake by the Ocean
Posted by Eliza           on Aug 1           tags: Article, Interviews, Photoshoot, Updates

BANNER SITE

Joe Jonas is a tall drink of water on the August issue of #legend magazine. The pop idol and DNCE frontman dishes on touring with Selena Gomez, his band’s funky new sound and the depth of the Jonas bromance. Full link to article here

Joe on his idea of fun: “I like cigars, it’s my one vice. They get me to a good place.”

On his relationship with Selena Gomez: “We rarely get to spend much time together, but I’ve known her since she was really young, and we kind of watched each other grow up.”

On competing for girlfriends with brother Nick Jonas: “We’re pretty supportive of each other. There might be a rare occasion where we’ve got to make sure,
“Hey, you haven’t dated this person, have you?”

To complement Joe’s scorching 12-page feature, the latest issue of #legend also profiles a dizzying array of fascinating personalities including Italian footwear brand Hogan’s Andrea Della Valle, Sow Asia’s Darius Yuen and the ever-formidable and fashionable David Beckham.

The magazine also helps readers escape to lush Marrakesh souks and a mountainous Umbrian getaway. The newly-engaged can also get their wedding fix with #legend’s inaugural wedding special – brimming with top tips and ideas on how to prepare for the big day.

On cover photo: Joe Jonas wears outfit by Hogan

Photography / Eric Michael Roy
Creative Direction and Styling / Paris Libby
Grooming / Marissa Machado at Art Department, using Kevin Murphy
Styling Assistant / Allison Sherman
Photography Assistants / Gal Harpaz, Danny Calderón, Christian Raices and David Madison
Location / Beverly Hills, California

Source: #Legend Magazine

 



Nick Jonas for Dazed Korea | Behind The Scenes
Posted by Eliza           on Jul 28           tags: Photoshoot, Videos



Nick Jonas In Talks To Join ‘Jumanji’ Movie
Posted by Eliza           on Jul 28           tags: Article, Updates

BANNER SITE

EXCLUSIVE: Nick Jonas is in talks to join Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Jack Black in the Jake Kasdan-directed reimagining of Jumanji that Sony Pictures has set for a July 28, 2017 release. Matt Tolmach is producing. While Jonas is best known for his singing voice as a solo artist who started as one of the Jonas Brothers, he showed real chops in the frat hazing drama Goat, which premiered at Sundance in January and which Paramount releases September 23. He also stars in the MMA series Kingdom. Busy with music commitments, closing Jonas’ deal is predicated on scheduling. But a studio franchise seems a smart next step in a career worth watching.

Kasdan will direct a script by Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner, latter of whom last worked for the studio on The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Their script is based on draft by original writers, Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, and the whole thing is based on the Caldecott Medal-winning adventure book by Chris Van Allsburg. William Teitler is also producing and the exec producers are Kasdan, Van Allsburg, Johnson, David Householter, Ted Field, Mike Weber and Dany Garcia. Shooting starts next month in Honolulu.

The original Jumanji starred Robin Williams and was released in 1995. The film grossed more than $260 million globally. The second installment, Zathura, flopped, but Sony has been trying for a while for a foothold to relaunch the fantastical world depicted in Van Allsburg’s book. That effort goes back to when Tolmach was production president at the studio.

Tolmach is separately producing Rock That Body, starring Scarlett Johansson, Jillian Bell and Kate McKinnon.

Source: Deadline



Nick out in Toronto, Canada – 23rd July
Posted by Eliza           on Jul 27           tags: Candids, Gallery Updates

BANNER SITE

Nick was seen out in Toronto, Canada on the 23rd of July. I’ve added 5 HQ photos of him to our gallery. Don’t forget to check them out below:

001.jpg 002.jpg 003.jpg 004.jpg 005.jpg

GALLERY LINK:
Home > Candids > 2016 > July > 23rd July – Nick out in Toronto, Canada



Joe out in West Hollywood, California – 22nd July
Posted by Eliza           on Jul 27           tags: Candids, Gallery Updates

BANNER SITE

Joe was seen out in West Hollywood, California on the 22nd of July. I’ve added 31 HQ photos of him to our gallery. Don’t forget to check them out below:

001.jpg 002.jpg 003.jpg 004.jpg 005.jpg 006.jpg

GALLERY LINK:
Home > Candids > 2016 > July > 22nd July – Joe out in West Hollywood, California