OK! Magazine has a treat for us Rushers today. They posted 3 behind the scene photos (click the picture above to see) from Big Time Rush’s ’24/Seven’ music video. The video is set to premiere online tomorrow night, and it will air directly after this week’s BTR episode, Big Time Rides.
Big Time Rush is one of the most diverse boy bands in history. Their successful television series, Big Time Rush, is Nickelodeon’s highest rated live action series in the network’s history. Their strong voices and energetic performances are unparalleled. To date they have sold over 20 million records worldwide. Big Time Rush is one of the hardest working bands in music, touring the world incessantly. This documentary film goes beyond the music and explores their challenges, and triumphs, vividly depicting the process of Elevation. You can pre-order the documentary on Amazon.com.
With the extra load of their Nickelodeon series and an upcoming summer tour, 2013 has been a pretty strenuous journey for Big Time Rush. But ever since they dropped 24/Seven on Tuesday, Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos Pena and Logan Henderson are enjoying the fruits of their labor.
“It feels like we had just climbed a mountain; now we’re looking out over the view,” Schmidt told MTV News of completing their third studio album.
“We worked hard on this album and we wrote most all of it. I think it’s our best album yet so we’re excited to actually have it out now,” Henderson added, with Schmidt backing him up: “It is the best album yet, which is ‘BAY’ for abbreviation.”
Big Time Rush will be making an appearance on CBS’ The Talk on Thursday, June 20th. Kendall, James, Logan and Carlos will be sitting down with Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood to talk about 24/seven, the Summer Break tour and more! Check your local listings for air time.
Put four cute singers on TV, and you get a hit show on Nickelodeon. Bring that same popular boy band to the Mall of America, and what do you get? Thousands of screaming teenage fans, of course.
They stood in line for hours to meet their musical heroes — Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Logan Henderson and Carlos Pena Jr. All four are stars in the television series created by Scott Fellows which chronicles the Hollywood hopes of four hockey players from Minnesota who become part of the boy band Big Time Rush.
The boys in the band certainly seemed to have the power to whip up the crowd into a frenzy with little more than a smile, but none are actually from the land of 10,000 lakes. In a way, the show is kind of a cross between “Miracle” and “The Monkeys.”
Nickelodeon stars Big Time Rush and Victoria Justice are hitting the road for their “Summer Break” tour.
Design a bright and colorful commemorative show poster for Big Time Rush and Victoria Justice’s “Summer Break” inspired by one of the cities from the tour combined with your own idea of summer paradise. Three winners will receive $500 and a “Summer Break” merch pack. The winning art may be used for T-shirts, tour posters, and more!
For more details, head to CreativeAllies.com!
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A sea of eager fans waited anxiously for more than an hour for Big Time Rush to arrive at Garden State Plaza on Tuesday. The popular boy band of Nickelodeon fame came to Paramus to promote and sign their new album 24/seven. The band grew a huge crowd of screaming fans. In addition to those who had wristbands to meet the band with people gathering on the second level just above the Lord & Taylor court to watch the band arrive.
Big Time Rush’s album, 24/Seven, is available now in stores and online! Head to your nearest WalMart, Best Buy, FYE or a similar store to purchase a physical copy of 24/Seven. Head over to iTunes.com to purchase a digital copy!