The Jonas Brothers
Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas were responsible for forming the band Jonas Brothers in 2005, which went from a nationally successful group in the United States, to a successful pop band around the world! The Jonas Brothers, as of 2019, have released a total of five studio albums. In addition, the three brothers have starred in several Disney series and movies throughout their career, becoming a phenomenon that allows the group to maintain a following everywhere!
During their career, the Jonas Brothers have won awards such as the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, as well as the MTV Latin America Awards, in addition to receiving a couple of Grammy nominations.
Jonas Brothers Split
On October 30, 2013, the Jonas Brothers announced their split on Good Morning America, saying goodbye to all their fans. Thus, the band remained separated for several years, as they ended up not being together for six years, until in 2019 the band reunited and in March 2019 they released the song "Sucker", a fact that marked the reunion of the band and its continuation!
Jonas Brothers Fun Facts
- Nick Jonas started playing the piano when he was only six years old.
- The band has its own foundation, Change for Children, which they created to support programs that help and inspire children.
- Their song "Lovebug" is inspired by the movie Juno, starring Ellen Page.
- In 2009 they carried out their first world tour: Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009, performing in countries such as Argentina, Mexico, France, Spain, Canada and Puerto Rico.