WASHINGTON - AUGUST 24: Singer Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers discusses juvenile diabetes at The National Press Club on August 24, 2009 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images)
In the interview, Nick told his brothers on Radio Disney that he's looking to imitate the greats with his new gig.
"I'm kind of modeling it after Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band," he said. "It's kind of the look we were going for stylistically on the album cover and just the project in general… [Springsteen] pours so much passion and emotion into all of his songs every night and I hope I can capture that too."
Nick will also be playing some shows with the Adminstration in support of his new album, "Who I Am," kicking off on January 2 in Dallas, Texas.
"This show will definitely be more about the music…I have three buses and one truck, instead of 17," he told Radio Disney.
While he's going solo, with "Who I Am," due on February 2 on Hollywood Records, Nick said JoBros fans shouldn't be worried.
"We've [Kevin, Joe and Nick] had long, honest conversations about it and the truth is that this project and the Jonas Brothers can co-exist," he said. "Come mid-February we're going to be back in production with the TV show and we'll be working on plans for another [Jonas Brothers] world tour next summer."
The brothers are prepping a second season of Disney's "JONAS," with production beginning in February for a mid-2010 return to the Disney Channel.
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