The Jonas Brothers is an American Boy Band comprising of three brothers – Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas. All three of them starred in the original movie made by Disney Channel titled ‘Camp Rock’. So far the band has released four albums – ‘It’s About Time’, ‘Jonas Brothers’, ‘A Little Bit Longer’, and ‘Lines, Vines and Trying Times’. The Jonas Brothers got a nomination at the 51st Grammy Awards in the ‘Best New Artist’ and won the American Music Awards in the ‘Breakthrough Artist’ category. Their music and videos are much enjoyed by their audience.
Nick Jonas began his career with Broadway performances in plays like ‘A Christmas Carol’, ‘Annie Get Your Gun’, ‘Beauty and the Beast’, ‘Les Misérables’, and ‘The Sound of Music’. The lyrics that he wrote for a song called ‘Joy to the World (A Christmas Prayer)’ became famous and his potential was recognized. Soon, the other two brothers, Kevin and Joes, also came together and began writing songs and formed the band –The Jonas Brothers.
In 2007, The Jonas Brothers donated 10% of their earnings to the charitable foundation they set up themselves – the ‘Change for the Children Foundation’. This Foundation collects money and donates them to other foundations like the ‘American Diabetes Foundation’, ‘Los Angeles Children’s Hospital’, and ‘St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’.
The Jonas brothers have just announced the cities and the dates for the ‘The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009’, in an interview with the media. The tour is going to start from the ‘New Cowboys Stadium’ in Dallas and travel through the United States and Canada. They will also perform in Europe in the ‘Zenith Arena’ in Paris and the ‘Wembley Arena’ in London.