Entertainment Joe Jonas prefers being in a band to being solo artist

15:21  11 april  2017
15:21  11 april  2017 Source:   BANG Showbiz

The Strokes play biggest show of their career in Argentina

  The Strokes play biggest show of their career in Argentina Argentinean audiences were witness to The Strokes biggest show of their career on 1st April, where the band played to almost 90,000. The crowd at Lollapalooza Argentina, watched as the band celebrated with three encores, taking requests for what to play from the crowd. We often get the idea that the biggest shows you’ll see are in the UK or the US. Glastonbury headline slots regularly see bands performing to 80,000 people, and some of the EDM festivals in the US have talked about audiences of 200,000 upwards. Increasingly, as the music festival bug spreads all over the world, we are seeing a huge growth in the audiences. At Lollapalooza Argentina, The Strokes were surprised when almost 90,000 people came to watch them headline on Saturday 1st April. The show, which saw the band play a 19-track set, ended with three encores. The encores, which are believed to have unplanned, saw the band take requests from the audience. Spanning music from their entire career, the band enjoyed a warm audience, and thanked fans for sharing the experience with them. Bassist, Nikolai Fraiture, took to instagram afterwards to share his thanks, saying: Muchas Gracias Argentina!! All 90,000 of you!! Our biggest show ever!” Muchas Gracias Argentina!! All 90,000 of you!! Our biggest show ever!

While the 24-year-old is obviously super comfortable as a solo artist , his brother Joe Jonas much prefers to perform with others, which is why he decided to create everyone’s new favorite band , DNCE. The 27-year-old got lucky — most people can only hope to be in one successful group, let alone two.

29 -- being fronted by a Jonas does have its advantages, after all. Then again, Jonas ’ 2011 solo debut, Fastlife, went nowhere Joe Jonas Releases First Single With New Band DNCE, 'Cake by the Ocean': Listen. Listen to DNCE and other artists featured in this week's issue of Billboard below.

Joe Jonas covers Something About © Bang Showbiz Joe Jonas covers Something About

Joe Jonas prefers being in DNCE to being a solo artist because it's too "overwhelming" going it alone.

The 27-year-old singer shot to fame as one third of the Jonas Brothers in 2005 at the age of 12 - along with his siblings Nick, 24, and Kevin, 29 - and unlike his youngest brother Nick he is much more comfortable being in a group as its less "competitive".

Speaking to the new issue of Something About magazine, he admitted: "It can be pretty stressful and overwhelming, and I think there's a lot more competition when you're solo. I've always felt comfortable being surrounded by really talented, hard-working individuals and I've been lucky to meet three of them again in my life who love this and work just as hard as me, and also have just as much fun. That's key for us."

Harry Styles' single reflects the album

  Harry Styles' single reflects the album Harry Styles says his debut single 'Sign of the Times' is a "good representation" of his upcoming album, and says the inspiration came from wanting to write "something honest".Harry Styles says his debut single is a "good representation" of his upcoming album.

Related: Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato Reunite to Perform ‘This Is Me’. Recently, Joe made a stop on his brother’s tour to reunite with Lovato and sing “This Is Me” and “Gotta Find You” together. As Nick enjoys the solo artist life, Joe says he prefers being in a band .

On top of that, there are artists like Bruno Mars and a couple others that are really using a lot of instruments in their “I prefer being back with my brothers. Watch Jonas perform his solo single, “Fastlife,” live: Related Joe Jonas on the Newest Boy Bands : ‘I’m Like the Old Man on Campus’.

DNCE have announced their new single featuring Nicki Minaj called 'Kissing Strangers' and have promised they will drop new music to follow up their 2016 self-titled debut LP in the not so distant future.

On when fans can expect new tunes, the 'Cake By The Ocean' hitmaker said: "We've been working on lots of new music. We don't have a set idea of when and what we're going to release because we're still vibing on this first record, but we've been excited to get something out there and continue to create. On tour it's hard to find studio time and our few days off we end up passing out. But it's not too far away that people will be able to hear new stuff."

DNCE's new single 'Kissing Strangers' featuring Nicki Minaj will be released on Friday (14.04.17).

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner get steamed up in Mexico .
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's globetrotting romance has added a new destination, Mexico, where the couple spent time getting steamy in a hot tub. The pair has to date been spotted in London, Paris, and New York and spent the weekend (15-16Apr17) at California's Coachella music festival where they met up with Joe's brother Nick. Now they have added Cabo as their latest romantic rendezvous spot where they were seen strolling arm-in-arm on the beach on Tuesday (18Apr17), kissing, checking their phones, and the view - which Sophie gazed at with a giant pair of binoculars. The hot tub proved their number one choice for chilling. The lovebirds of five months were in and out of the jacuzzi at their rented private villa, with Sophie, 21, sporting a grey and black bikini and red sunglasses while Joe, 27, enjoyed puffing on a cigar. On the beach, Sophie covered up with a pair of Mother Denim cut-offs from the brand's capsule line with model Miranda Kerr, while Joe wore a striped shirt and shorts. Neither has yet spoken publicly about the romance despite concerted efforts by media interviewers. Extra host Mario Lopez tried to get an answer out of Sophie at the Golden Globes in January (17). When he asked about her romance with Joe, she immediately responded, "Well I’m not saying anything (but) I’m very happy," adding with a smile, "I don’t know who you’re talking about".

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