Joe Jonas Wishes Little Bro Nick a Happy Birthday on Instagram

17 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Happy 23rd Birthday, Demigod Nick Jonas.

Originally one-third of the Jonas Brothers going back to the mid 2000s, Jonas broke off in 2009 for side project Nick Jonas & the Administration (who remembers that sold-out concert at the Pageant in 2010?) and now he’s simply abs-bearing young heartthrob Nick Jonas.

As Nick Jonas enters this latest phase in his career, today celebrating his 23rd birthday, it’s hard to remember a time when he was less chiseled demigod and more curly-haired goof in Disney classic Camp Rock. His mother, Denise (née Miller), is a former sign language teacher and singer, and his father, Paul Kevin Jonas, Sr. is a songwriter, musician, and former ordained minister at an Assemblies of God church. Since the singer-songwriter began promotion for his self-titled second album last year, it’s become almost clear he’s not shy about flaunting his body. Jonas isn’t bad by any means in concert, just a little flat in the charisma area and average in the vocals, something that could be said of Jonas Brothers as well.

And with his role as a “sexually ambiguous” Mixed Martial Arts fighter on the television show Kingdom, and his upcoming stint as a frat boy on Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens we’re not going to forget about Jonas’ incredible body–errr, acting skills–anytime soon. Louis was a treat for his young fans as the singer performed from his “Nick Jonas” album of last year, offered brand new songs, covers and even selections from his past incarnations. Jonas, performing with a full band, opened the show with the hip-pop of “Chains” and “Numb” from his recent album, and backed it with the first of the night’s new songs, “Levels.” Most of the songs were accompanied by various video images projected on a backdrop spanning the entire stage.

He also developed a public service announcement with the Washington Nationals to support diabetes care at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. He even performed “Introducing Me,” a song from the soundtrack to the Disney Channel movie “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam,” which may have been the night’s biggest singalong. Speaking of Nick’s music, he told Seth Meyers on Sept. 8 that he hopes people have sex to his music! “You’ll be writing a song and it has a sexy vibe and you just wanna do what you can to enhance that,” he explained. “Hopefully there’s just some babies that were made to my music! He told the crowd it was one of the first to hear new ballad “Don’t Make Me Choose.” “Y’all wanna hear another new song?” Jonas asked as the crowd cheered. “Well I’m gonna play it anyway,” he said as if he didn’t hear the cheers.

New song “Only You” was in the vein of his “Jealous.” “Let’s get this party rollin’ y’all,” Jonas exclaimed late in the show, leading into his cover of Outkast’s “Roses.” He also offered throwaway bits of The Weeknd’s “I Can’t Feel My Face” and Bell Biv DeVoe’s “Poison” before bringing it back to himself with “Take Over” and “Jealous,” one of last year’s best pop singles. His favorite musicians are Stevie Wonder, Fall Out Boy, Johnny Cash, Elvis Costello, and Switchfoot while his favorite song to play in concert is A Little Bit Longer. In film industry, Jonas was seen in Best of Both Worlds and, Camp rock both in 2008, Jonas Brothers: The Journey (2011), Careful What You Wish For (2015).

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