The following news is from Michael Bruno Fan:
From Disney Dreaming: Now that the Jonas Brothers have signed the band Honor Society, pictured above with Nick, Joe and Kevin, it’s time we all learn a little bit more about the group because we’re going to be hearing a lot from them lately!
First off, did you know that the drummer for Honor Society, Alexander Noyes, used to be part of the Jonas Brothers’ band? No wonder Honor Society’s beats sound very similar to the JoBros!
The foursome has been opening for some of the Jonas Brothers concerts during their current tour. Honor Society has a sound very similar to the Jonas Brothers, a mix of pop and rock.
The Honor Society’s schedule has gotten extremely busy lately. Even though the Jonas Brothers have the night off from performing next Thursday, Honor Society isn’t so lucky. The group will instead be opening for Mitchel Musso at the Six Flags Great Adventure park in Jackson, New Jersey.
So far the group has not released a full album yet, but they have released mini CDs, called EPs, which are usually comprised of 4-7 songs each. Right now Honor Society only plays 4 songs before the start of each JoBro concert, before second opener Jordin Sparks comes on stage, but soon they hope to be touring on their own and sharing more of their music with fans.
The following news until I state otherwise is from Honor Society Online:
J-14’s giving away a pair of tickets AND meet and greet passes to see Honor Society in their Full Moon Crazy Tour in Los Angeles on Saturday, August 8 at Club Nokia!
To enter, click here.
Remember, you can also catch HS opening for the Jonas Brothers this summer on JB’s World Tour.
[You must live within 100 miles of LA to win this, which IMO is stupid. Cuz I'm going to it and don't live within 100 miles]
From ABC 7 CHICAGO: July 10, 2009 — Honor Society kicks off their Full Moon Crazy Tour at the House of Blues in Chicago on Saturday, July 11. The Full Moon Crazy Tour is a “tour within a tour” as Honor Society travels as an opening act for the North American leg of the Jonas Brothers World Tour. They’re playing with the Jonas Brothers at sold-out concerts on Friday and Saturday in Rosemont. Honor Society also will be performing on their own for their simultaneous Full Moon Crazy Tour. Honor Society will be doing additional concerts either before or after the Jonas shows at smaller, more intimate venues at various cities around the country.
Four musicians make up Honor Society: Michael Bruno – lead vocals, guitar; Jason Rosen – keyboards, guitar; Andrew Lee – bass; Alexander Noyes – drums. Andrew was the original drummer for the Jonas Brothers. Honor Society built a groundswell of loyal fans by directly communicating with them through MySpace and YouTube. Their unique sound and sense of style has led to over 40,000 friends on MySpace and over 2.5 million plays of their music on their profile.
Honor Society has set the foundation for a breakout year in 2009. In the past few months, Honor Society has been named a breakout band to watch by RollingStone.com, identified as a “buzz worthy” artist by MTV. They have also finished recording their debut album and have recorded their first single, “Where Are You Now,” for the upcoming Summit Entertainment film, Bandslam (www.bandslam-movie.com). The band will appear at a preview of the movie on Friday here in Chicago. The music-driven comedy opens August 14 and stars Disney Channel superstars Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical 1,2 & 3) and Alyson Michalka (Phil of the Future), along with Gaelan Connell (Chocolat), Scott Porter (Speed Racer) and Lisa Kudrow (Friends). You can hear “Where Are You Now” at www.myspace.com/honorsociety starting on July 14.
Honor Society’s debut album will be released this Fall. The band is the first act signed to the newly-formed, just-announced Jonas Records.
End HSO news. Another from Michael Bruno Fan. New show added:
Rock The Fall Festival : Drake Bell : Tiffany Giardina : Honor Society
Blue Mountain Ski Area
Sat, Oct 10, 2009 02:00 PM
Onsale to General Public: Start: Mon, 07/13/09 10:00 AM EDT
Ticket Prices: US $20.00 – US $25.00
Back to Honor Society Online news....have a video. Honor Society does the honor roll somewhere in there...I think it's around 1:20
Video from their interview on ABC 7 in Chicago today
HONOR SOCIETY is to perform a FREE acoustic set after a special advance screening of Summit Entertainment’s Band Slam for July 13, 2009 in Downtown DC. The Only way to get in is by passes. Honor Society Online is giving you a chance to get this passes so if you are interested email us at email@example.com and we will send you the full details!
There was a new SayNow last night but I'm too lazy to link it...and I don't want to hear it again because it scared me. They kinda sounded like serial killers.
MMMkaaay I think that is all. Except for one thing. Tomorrow. Noon (or 1, people keep sayin different things). House of Blues. Chicago. The Full Moon Crazy Tour kicks off! WHOOO. WHO'S EXCITED?! I know I am. Gents will also be opening later that night.
Random question for anyone that has been to a concert or watched concert videos. When HS is opening, do they stay in the middle of the stage or use the catwalks? (I'm hoping it's the latter or I will have to made friends with security so they let me move up)