30 Fun Facts About Chase Center's October Acts

Oct 1, 2019/CHASE CENTER

October is filled with a variety of exciting events at Chase Center. The Jonas Brothers will make their Chase Center debut on October 8th and the Grammy-nominated Sara Bareilles closes the month out on October 26th. In between those two acts, rising star Logic will grace the Chase Center stage as well as musical legends The Who, Phil Collins, and Marc Anthony. To help prepare for a jam-packed month of entertainment, here is a list of 30 facts about the acts coming to Chase Center in October.

  1. In an interview with US Weekly, Nick Jonas revealed that he obtained his driver’s license the day he shot the album cover for the Jonas Brothers’ Lines, Vines and Trying Times in 2009.

  2. Joe Jonas told US Weekly, that if he could duet with anyone it would be Barbra Streisand. He added that they would sing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” for the New York Yankees during the seventh inning stretch.

  3. Kevin Jonas met his wife Danielle in May of 2007 while they were each vacationing with their families in the Bahamas.

  4. Joe and Nick Jonas both received matching arrow tattoos on their arms prior to attending the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.

  5. In the credits of the Jonas Brothers’ Amazon documentary, Chasing Happiness, Frankie, the youngest Jonas Brother, admits he is the Jonas Brothers’ “No. 1 fan.” Frankie says “I know every lyric of every song, I can recite every story of how they were made. I love their music so much.”

  6. In 1964, the Detours changed their band name to The Who at the suggestion of Pete Townshend’s school friend Richard Barnes.

  7. Keith Moon, past drummer from The Who, allegedly gave Led Zeppelin their name.

  8. Moon had also sent a letter to the Beach Boys, saying he would leave The Who to be their drummer.

  9. The Who’s London show on May 31, 1976 was so loud that a Guinness World Record was created.

  10. Pete Townshend is partnering with sci-fi fantasy magazine Heavy Metal to produce a graphic novel based on the Who’s uncompleted rock opera “Lifehouse."

  11. In a 2014 exclusive with Billboard, rapper Logic says his music celebrates being biracial: "It's about me being a person of mixed race and being proud of who I am.”

  12. Logic was so dedicated to jumpstarting his music career that he says he did not attend high school house parties.

  13. Logic credits the soundtrack of the movie Kill Bill for first piquing his interest in hip-hop music.

  14. Logic can rap while solving a Rubix cube — and he has done so on-stage.

  15. Expanding beyond rap, Logic is writing a book and taking singing lessons — “There’s no reason I can’t be the next Mick Jagger, I can’t be the Elton John of this generation.”

  16. Phil Collins began his career as a child actor. He played the Artful Dodger in the London stage production of Oliver!, was an extra in the Beatles' film A Hard Day's Night in 1964, and later held a role in Calamity the Cow.

  17. Collins is a known expert on the Battle of the Alamo in Texas; he even wrote a book about it titled The Alamo and Beyond: A Collector’s Journey.

  18. Collins had more Top 40 Hits on the Billboard Hot 100 during the 1980s than any other artist.

  19. Collins performed “You’ll Be in My Heart” for the 1999 Disney Movie Tarzan. Not only did he win an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, he sang alternate versions in German, Italian, Spanish, and French.

  20. Due to his work on the Tarzan soundtrack, Collins earned the Disney Legend Award in 2002.

  21. Marc Anthony's full name is Marco Antonio Muñiz; Anthony’s parents named him after a Mexican singer of the same name: Marco Antonio Muñiz.

  22. Anthony’s third album, Contra La Corriente from 1999, became the first salsa album ever to chart on the Billboard 200.

  23. Anthony also holds the record for having the most number one singles on the Billboard Tropical Songs chart.

  24. Anthony is a partner and part-owner of the Miami Dolphins.

  25. According to Anthony, his first purchase after receiving his first large paycheck was a Rolls Royce.

  26. Sara Bareilles is originally from Northern California — born and raised in Eureka.

  27. Bareilles auditioned for the Mickey Mouse Club, but was not selected.

  28. Some of Bareilles’ past jobs include working at a petting zoo and being a janitor - “I’m awesome at odd jobs,” she said.

  29. In 2011, Bareilles was added as a celebrity judge to the third season of The Sing-Off, a popular singing-competition series that aired on NBC.

  30. Bareilles created the Broadway hit Waitress and even co-hosted the 2018 Tony Awards alongside musician Josh Groban.

    You can still purchase tickets to any number of Chase Center's October events HERE.