Picture Show: Nick Jonas Debuts The Administration In Dallas

It's been a big couple of weeks indeed for the Dallas-born, Westlake-dwelling Nick Jonas, the youngest and seemingly least bro-ish of the JoBros. On Saturday, his new side project Nick Jonas & The Administration made its live performance debut at the House of Blues. On Tuesday, he debuted the music video for his first single, "Who I Am." And, the week before, he was part of big brother Kevin's wedding.

Next week, he hits the talk-show circuit, playing Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and even co-hosting Live! with Regis and Kelly, go figure.

So it's in your best interest, then, to check out this slideshow of pictures taken by Dylan Hollingsworth at Saturday's show. Y'know, so you can say you knew him when.

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