Jonas Brothers Announce Radio City Music Hall Reunion Gig
Pop music is making a comeback.
The talented brothers -- Nick, Joe and Kevin -- made the announcement on Friday, during an interview with On Air with Ryan Seacrest. Said Nick Jonas: "It’s going to be a celebration to be back on the stage together and kind of a party with our fans."
The JoBros also opened up about much more.
For the last few years, the famous brothers have spent time pursuing their own endeavors. Older brother Kevin, 24, married in 2009. Now, he and his wife have their own reality show on E! -- Married to Jonas -- which premieres Sun., Aug. 19 at 10 p.m. ET.
Meanwhile, middle brother Joe, 23, released his solo album Fastlife in 2011. Unfortunately, it failed to capitalize on the JoBros hype and was deemed a flop. He parted ways with Hollywood Records in 2012. He's been keeping himself busy by appearing in multiple reality shows, from Fox's The Choice to The CW's The Next.
As for younger brother Nick, he went on to form a new band, Nick Jonas & the Administration. Their debut album Who I Am, was a moderate success, debuting at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 in 2009. He has since spent the last few years playing one-off gigs and starring on Broadway. Nick appeared in the hit musical "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" in 2012.
Now the brothers are ready for their comeback, and it starts with their Radio City Music Hall show.
"For us, we’re going to be trying to do as many shows as we can," Joe told Seacrest. "But right now, this is our only show in the States playing for the whole year. So, we really want to see people come out from all over the U.S."
When it comes to their new album, however, Joe told Celebuzz that it's an entirely new experience this time around.
"We're doing it ourselves," he said. "We wanted to get the music right before we brought anyone else in. For the first time in a long time, we're the bosses."
The brothers split from their longtime record label, Hollywood Records, in 2012.
So what can we expect from the new JoBros album? Something a little more mature, said Joe.
"We started out as young guys, kind of where One Direction is now, and it was overwhelming. Now we're all adults, and we're getting deeper into our lyrics and finding ourselves as artists."
"I'm hungry for it again," Joe told Celebuzz. "I'm ready!"
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