After revealing he was “envious” of brother Nick Jonas’ solo endeavors, Joe Jonas gave a web exclusive interview to Gotham Magazine. In the quick discussion, Joe was sure to humble brag about the success of his band DNCE. Despite his outspoken and open nature, Joe still remained tight-lipped about the subject of one of DNCE’s most personal songs.
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Joe Jonas and the rest of DNCE continued their string of high-profile performances this weekend. Coming off the end of its headlining tour, the latest appearance by the group was at the NBA All-Star Game Saturday night.
The group performed “Body Moves” and “Cake By The Ocean” with dancers, mascots and more in New Orleans. The group hit the hardwood as it made its way to the stage. Cole Whittle even showed he’s not afraid to get on his knees for the sake of his art.
Check out pics and video of DNCE during All-Star Weekend below.
(Photo credits: DNCE Instagram account; DNCEPromos Twitter account)
The tour that brought Joe Jonas and Cole Whittle even closer together has officially ended. DNCE closed out its first tour in promotion of a full length album Thursday night in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Despite a few bad reviews and some rowdy concertgoers along the way, the band made it out alive.
Joe, Cole, JinJoo Lee and Jack Lawless delivered a closing concert no different than the others. They did, however, include a nod to the late George Michael by sampling his “Freedom” in their “Blown.”
Check out a few photos and video from DNCE’s last tour stop below.
(Photo credits: DNCE, Joe Jonas, Cole Whittle and JinJoo Lee Instagram accounts)
Joe Jonas covers the Spring issue of Gotham Magazine. In between some dapper pics, Joe discusses his career from the Jonas Brothers to DNCE–and everything in between. Joe recognizes that so much of his career is still influenced by his boy band days, and he dives deep into what it was like when little brother Nick Jonas initiated the group’s breakup.
Demi Lovato took the stage at the 59th Annual Grammys to join in a tribute to the music of the Bee Gees. It turns out that was just a warm up for a massive tribute concert that took over the Microsoft Theatre on Tuesday night. Demi was joined by pals Nick Jonas and Joe Jonas–plus the rest of DNCE–in a star-studded tribute to the ’70s hit makers.
Demi performed “If I Can’t Have You,” giving her a chance to flex her powerful vocals. DNCE took to the stage with “Night Fever.” Nick joined his brother in a higher register to belt out another classic track from the band.
The whole Philymack crew was joined by stars like Tori Kelly, Little Big Town and Andra Day as they closed the show with a big group number. The special will air on television. An air date hasn’t been set, but rumors are trickling down about an Easter release.
See clips of performances from Demi, DNCE, Nick and more below.
(Photo credit: Philymack Instagram account)
Typically the only song from DNCE that gets any attention is “Cake By The Ocean.” However, a new Spotify commercial shows that at least one person feels that the group’s song “Body Moves” should be heard–at a funeral.
“I just can’t imagine anyone listening to this at a funeral. That’s a pretty messed up funeral,” Joe says before envisioning the non-traditional funeral. Alessia Cara was also featured in a Spotify ad for her ties to a global warming playlist.
Watch DNCE’s and Alessia’s commercials below.
(Photo credit: DNCE Instagram account)