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Nick Jonas Charming Bean-Town

Every day a multitude of stars wanders through the halls of MTV News to talk about their latest projects and goof around with our intrepid correspondents. But sometimes we catch stars elsewhere, and that’s why we put together Spotted!, a daily compendium of stars in the wild.

When Nick Jonas isn’t working to make his baseball dreams come true, he’s on the road playing shows with his new band the Administration and preparing for the release of the group’s first album Who I Am (which drops on February 2). On Wednesday night (January 13), he played the second of two nights at the Orpheum Theater in Boston. Jonas charmed crowds of over 2,500 people per night with Who I Am’s funky, rock-heavy tunes. “It’s not so much that kind of thing where they’re doing crazy stuff,” Jonas told MTV News last week while comparing the crowds at the Administration shows to those who show up to see the Jonas Brothers. “I think it’s more about them listening to the music and really getting a feel for what I’m talking about in the songs, which is nice to see.”

Source: MTV.Com

Every day a multitude of stars wanders through the halls of MTV News to talk about their latest projects and goof around with our intrepid correspondents. But sometimes we catch stars elsewhere, and that’s why we put together Spotted!, a daily compendium of stars in the wild.

When Nick Jonas isn’t working to make his baseball dreams come true, he’s on the road playing shows with his new band the Administration and preparing for the release of the group’s first album Who I Am (which drops on February 2). On Wednesday night (January 13), he played the second of two nights at the Orpheum Theater in Boston. Jonas charmed crowds of over 2,500 people per night with Who I Am’s funky, rock-heavy tunes. “It’s not so much that kind of thing where they’re doing crazy stuff,” Jonas told MTV News last week while comparing the crowds at the Administration shows to those who show up to see the Jonas Brothers. “I think it’s more about them listening to the music and really getting a feel for what I’m talking about in the songs, which is nice to see.”

Source: MTV.Com

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