There's multi-tasking and then there's Nick Jonas' type of multi-tasking. While the young rocker has been busy gearing up for a 2010 tour with The Administration and the February 2 release of Who I Am, he still has his mind set on future Jonas Brothers projects. It sounds nearly impossible to juggle two bands, a TV show, and a world tour, but Jonas isn't going through it alone.
"We've [Kevin, Joe and Nick] had long, honest conversations about it, and the truth is that this project and the Jonas Brothers can co-exist," he says. "Come mid-February, we're going to be back in production with the TV show and we'll be working on plans for another [Jonas Brothers] world tour next summer."
As for Jonas' band The Administration, he's proud to be working with such an accomplished group of musicians. Joining the teen star on the "Who I Am" tour are John Fields on bass, Michael Bland on drums, Tommy Barbarella on keyboards, and guitarists David Ryan Harris and Sonny Thompson. The band will be playing clubs and mid-size venues, giving the audience a more intimate and stripped down show compared to the Jonas Brothers' arena-rock spectacles. "This show will definitely be more about the music…I have three buses and one truck, instead of 17," Jonas says.