Jonas Brothers

Brothers Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas signed with Columbia Records in 2005 as a trio of musically gifted brothers -- the Jonas Brothers, to be exact. Together, they dropped their debut effort, <i>It’s About Time,</i> in 2006. After a label change, they followed up with their sophomore self-titled album in 2007, which helped solidify their place as pop superstars and teen heartthrobs, who became synonymous with the purity rings they each wore as a sign of their commitment to chastity. Soon, the brothers were making a crossover as actors, appearing in the Disney Channel series, <i>Hannah Montana,</i> and starring in the channel’s original movie, <i>Camp Rock,</i> and its sequel. Likewise, Joe and Nick became known for famously dating fellow young pop stars, Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus, respectively. The brothers dropped their third album, <i>A Little Bit Longer,</i> in 2008, which brought with it the hit single, “Burnin’ Up." In 2009, the Jonas Brothers released their fourth LP, <i>Lines, Vines, and Trying Times.</i> Since then, the brothers have been on an indefinite hiatus as a band, as Kevin focuses on his marriage and family and Joe and Nick explore their respective solo careers.

Selected Discography: It’s About Time (2006), A Little Bit Longer (2008), Lines, Vines, and Trying Times (2009)

Related Artists: Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas, Kevin Jonas

Further Reading: Nick Jonas Reveals Which Jonas Brother ‘Initiated’ the Band’s Breakup [Video], Kevin and Danielle Jonas Welcome a Baby Girl [Photo], Listen to Final Five Jonas Brothers Tracks from ‘V’ [Audio]

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