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Nick Covers Jonas Brothers' Song for Side Project

October 29, 2009 (7:44 am) GMT
Kevin confirms that Nick Jonas and The Administration have recorded a rendition of Jonas Brothers' song called 'Tonight' for a next year release.

Soon after ' side project was confirmed, provides fans with scoop on what has been recorded by the ' youngest member. "Nick recorded a new version of the JB song 'Tonight' with The Administration," he told Popstar!. "It's really wonderful. Can't wait for you to hear the record. We're beyond excited about this side project!"

Nick Jonas plans to launch his solo act Nick Jonas and The Administration in early 2010. "If I was to describe the sound to someone ... I would say its 'heart & soul'," Nick said. "Because the music that I make is from my heart, and the lyrics I write are from my soul."

When it was first confirmed by his mother Denise Jonas, Nick's side project ignited rumor that Jonas Brothers were about to break up. But, the band were quick to deny it by releasing a statement on the band's MySpace. Kevin and even showed their support toward Nick.

"We are so proud of our brother Nick," they said in a joint statement. "We know that we will be doing music together for the rest of our lives. But we are thrilled for you to hear these songs that were on his heart. They are amazing works of art from an amazing talent ... our brother."

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