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Why am I excited you ask? Well not only does the Full Moon Crazy tour start on Saturday \o/ buuut...look at this lovely snippet of news that came out today:

Make sure to catch your gentlemen when they drop in to a Verizon Wireless near you...  

July 10th,  2pm
Verizon Wireless
1538 East Lake Cook Road
Wheeling, IL  
Located on the corner of Lake Cook Rd & Weiland Rd

July 13th,  2pm
Verizon Wireless
3541 S. Jefferson St. N.
Baileys Crossroads, VA  
Located across the street from Target

July 17th, 2pm
Verizon Wireless
25 Mystic View Road
Everett, MA
(617) 780-6898 
Located in the Gateway Center

July 20th, 2pm
Verizon Wireless
350 Walt Whitman Road
Huntington Station, NY 11746
(631) 351-2172 
Located in the Huntington Square shopping plaza infront of Toys R Us

July 28th, 2pm
Verizon Wireless
1048 S. Kirkwood Road
St Louis, MO 63122

August 4th, 2pm
Verizon Wireless
3635 No. Freeway Blvd, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95834
(916) 419-6200

August 14th, 2pm
Verizon Wireless
13818 Northwest Fwy
Houston, TX 77040
(713) 690-1717

August 18th, 2pm
Verizon Wireless
17501 Preserve Walk Ln, Suite 101
Tampa, FL 33647
(813) 972-4590

Two hours away free concert I'm so excited! It kinda makes up for them canceling the San Fran FMC show! Except now I might have to go to the Jonas Brothers concert cuz it would be a shame to be in Sac on the day of the concert and not go....back to news


From HonorSocietyOnline.com:

From NJ Star Ledger: The band Honor Society is on two tours at the same time. The quartet is joining Jordin Sparks as an opening act for the Jonas Brothers’ arena tour, which comes to the Izod Center in East Rutherford on Tuesday and Wednesday. Simultaneously, it is headlining its own “Full Moon Crazy Tour,” which consists of shows in the same areas the Jonas Brothers hit.

On Tuesday, for instance, the band — which plays catchy pop-rock music and power ballads like the Jonas Brothers — will perform in Secaucus in the afternoon, then head over to the Meadowlands. And on July 22, the day after the Jonas Brothers complete a three-night stand at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York, Honor Society will headline at Manhattan’s Hammerstein Ballroom.

Proving that there is no rest for an up-and-coming rock band, on Thursday — a rare day off for the Jonas Brothers — Honor Society will open for Mitchel Musso at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson.

The band, which is based in Midland Park, has not released an album yet. But as proteges of the Jonas Brothers — drummer Alexander Noyes used to be a member of the Jonases’ touring band, and the group will release its album on a new label the Jonases are creating — Honor Society has a built-in following.

The band’s songs have received more than 3 million plays on its MySpace page (MySpace.com/HonorSociety). Helping to build buzz, the Jonas Brothers made a cameo appearance at Honor Society’s February show at the Fillmore at Irving Plaza in New York.

The band only gets to play four songs at Jonas Brothers shows. But at its own gigs, says Noyes, “It’s going to be a full set of Honor Society music. There’s a lot more leeway in the set, in what songs we’re going to be doing. We’ll do all the songs off of our album, which comes out this fall, and a lot of cover songs.”

When Noyes left the Jonas Brothers about three years ago, he didn’t do it to join Honor Society. He actually left the band, which had not yet become a pop phenomenon, to attend Ramapo College of New Jersey, in Mahwah. But a year later, Honor Society members Michael Bruno (vocals, guitar), Jason Rosen (keyboards, guitar) and Andrew Lee (bass) were looking for a drummer, and a mutual friend introduced them to Noyes.

“They invited me to an audition, and I showed up, and we really clicked musically,” he says. “So we decided to make Honor Society the new project.”

The Jonas Brothers, music-business veterans despite their youth, have provided both professional and personal advice.

“From the performing aspect, I think the biggest piece of advice is, when you go out onstage, and there’s anywhere from 15,000 to 40,000 people who are pumped to be there, listening to your music, you have to know how to pace yourself, pace your energy onstage, to give the best performance possible,” says Bruno.

He adds that the brothers have helped Honor Society learn “how to reach everyone — all the way at the top, all the way in the back — and how to give people an experience they’ll remember.”

[Mahwah. That is such a cool city name. Mahwah. Sounds like evil laughter. I'm sorry, I'm hyper. Bear with me.]


Guess what Honor Society did todaay (besides from playing in Milwuakee which I can now spell thanks to the many tweets about Milwuakee). They were on TV! Of course the video isn't working for me but...here you go!



And another SAYNOW from Joe Jonas.


Ummmmm they played at the Mall of America yesterday (whoops, I forgot to update yesterday...oh well). Okay so here is a video via HonorSocietyOnline with a Behind the Scenes interview and a little snippet of Where Are You Now (which is awesome. Maybe my new favorite song). I love her accent...and Jason is such a rock star...sunglasses inside...psh


Have a trailer for BandSlam (also via HonorSocietyOnline.com). That beginning song is made of awesome


Did I ever mention the gents have new merch on their site? It's the tour merch and is probably cheaper online, so check it out at honorsocietymerch.com


So I'm gonna go...take a chill pill. okaybye Ha. JK. Look what just popped up on Bop and TigerBeat's Twitter! Skip to 2:00 for your first listen of Honor Society's cover of "Magic" on the Wizards soundtrack



Crushed. No duh.

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