The Veronicas Debut New Web Show, Chronicling Their Journey to Stardom
The Veronicas have launched a new web show called "UNTOUCHED" on their Yahoo!
video channel "Beyond The Veronicas" presented by Yaz. Beginning Monday, October 13, the
weekly series will chronicle Lisa Origliasso and Jessica Origliasso's journey to stardom in the U.S. as they tour the country in support of their current Sire Records' album, "Hook Me Up".
The first episode of the web series will delve into the band's childhood when the two sisters grew up in Brisbane, Australia. It will also give viewers an inside look on how they became superstars. The following episodes will chronicle the girls' behind-the-scenes as they arrive in America to prepare and rehearse for their recent tour with Jonas Brothers. Viewers will have a front-row seat for Lisa and Jess with the Jonas boys, their first performance on the tour, and get a glimpse at what their life on the road is like.
New webisodes of "UNTOUCHED" will be posted on their Yahoo! channel every Monday for 10 weeks. They can also be viewed on demand from the band's video library, which also includes official music videos and exclusive interviews.
"Hook Me Up" is the Australian band's sophomore studio album. Exploring a new electro-pop sound, the 2007 record was co-written and produced in Los Angeles with their debut album collaborator Toby Gad, who recently co-wrote and produced Beyonce Knowles' "If I Were a Boy", and also co-wrote Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie's hit "Big Girls Don't Cry." Other notable producers on the album include Shelly Peiken (Christina Aguilera), Greg Wells (Katy Perry), John Feldmann (The Used, Good Charlotte), and Billy Steinberg (Madonna).
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