Nickelodeon Uncovers the Naked Truth Behind The Naked Brothers Bandís Hottest Songs in a New Episode Featuring Six of the Bandís Hit Music Videos, Premiering Saturday, December 1
Nickelodeonís Hit TEENick Series Premieres A New Half-Hour Episode Showcasing The Bandís Music Videos Including Banana Smoothie, Taxi Cab, Run, I Could Be,
Long Distance and Fishin for Love
NEW YORK.- Art imitates real life in a new episode of Nickelodeonís hit mockumentary series, The Naked Brothers Band titled, ďThe Naked Brothers Band: Been There, Rocked That,Ē on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT). Hot off the heels of their Nickelodeon/Columbia Records self-titled debut album, viewers are invited to join real-life brothers and rockers, Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff as they prepare to conquer the teen world in a new half- hour episode. In ďBeen There Rocked That,Ē the duo begin their whirlwind promotional tour and take part in a mock press junket where theyíll answer questions from journalists about their favorite music videos of all time. The episode will feature six music videos of the bandís hits such as, Banana Smoothie, Taxi Cab, Fishin for Love, Run, I Could Be and Long Distance. The Naked Brothers Band airs regularly on Nickelodeon every Saturday night at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).
ďNat and Alex are authentic musical talent whose original musical lyrics relate to kids everywhere,Ē said Marjorie Cohn, Executive Vice President Original Programming & Development, Nickelodeon Networks. ďThe success of their first CD and DVD shows how much their music resonates with fans.Ē
Nickelodeon and Columbia Records released The Naked Brothers Band debut CD in October, which includes 15 all-original songs from the hit series written and performed by the showís stars, Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff. Also available now at retail is The Naked Brothers Band: Battle of the Bands DVD, which includes the title movie as well as additional episodes and music videos.
Inspired by the Wolff siblingsí real-life, preschool-born band, The Naked Brothers Band follows a world-famous rock group, chronicling their fame, friendship, temporary break-up and adolescent experiences. The cameras track the charismatic, rock stars -- led by dreamy, sensitive singer-songwriter Nat, 12, and energetic, unabashedly adorable drummer Alex, 10 -- on and off stage, focusing, too, on their celebrity lifestyle with all of its perks and problems. Featured as well are the Wolff boysí real-life friends and band mates from pre-school days: cellist Thomas (Thomas Batuello) and keyboard player David (David Levi), along with guitarist Qaasim (Qaasim Middleton) and bassist -- Natís crush -- Rosalina (Allie DiMeco). Cooper (Cooper Pillot), the bandís pint-sized manager, completes the tween troop, and Jesse (Jesse Draper) is Nat and Alexís ditzy tutor/babysitter and real-life cousin.
The second season of The Naked Brothers Band recently wrapped production in Brooklyn, New York, and is set to premiere on Nickelodeon in January 2008. The series also launched internationally in spring 2007 on Nickelodeon UK and has continued to roll out across Nickís 31 channels world-wide, to conclude with Nick Holland in February 2008. The Naked Brothers Band has been nominated for two 2007 Nickelodeon Australia Kidsí Choice Awards, a 2007 Nickelodeon UK Kidsí Choice Award, and the movie received a nomination for a 2007 Teen Choice Award. Additionally, Nat, Alex, and Michael Wolff are all recipients of the BMI 2007 Cable Award.
The premiere of The Naked Brothers Band television series delivered Nickelodeonís highest-rated premiere in seven years with kids 6-11 and the series quickly became one of the top programs for kids 6-11 and tweens on television.
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