14. Kids of the future ---------------------------
A little bit longer
1. BB good
2. Burning up
4. One man show
7. Can’t have you
8. Video girl
9. Pushin’ me away
11. Got me going crazy
12. a little bit longer
The 3D Concert Experience 1. that’s just the way we roll 2. hold on 3. BB good 4. video girl 5. this is me (camp rock) 6. hello beautiful 7. pushin’ me away 8. should’ve say no (ft taylor swift) 9. i’m gonna getcha good 10. s.o.s 11. Burnin’ up 12. tonight 13. live to party 14. love is on his way
lines, vines and trying times 1. world war 3 2. paranoid 3. fly with me 4. poisom Ivy 5. Hey baby 6. before the storm (ft miley cyrus) 7. what did i do to your heart 8. much better 9. black keys 10. don’t charge me for the crime 11. turn right 12. don’t speak bonus track: 13. keep it real
Hallo allemaal, omdat ik lang geleden al ben gestopt met deze groep en omdat ik denk dat de meeste van jullie, net zoals ikzelf, geen echte grote Jonas brothers fans meer zijn, zou ik jullie graag willen doorverwijzen naar een leuke blog die ik recent vond.
Als er iemand van jullie fan is van de band Kodaline of gewoon een fantastische groep wil ontdekken, neem dan zeker een kijkje op onderstaande link!
de zanger van snow partol, Gary Lightbody heeft gezegd dat de jonas brothers toch beter met vrouwen slapen. Hij denkt dat JB een verkeerde indruk geeft aan zijn fansm want tieners moeten altijd taboos doorbreken vertelde hij aan Daily record Wanneer een band een stelling fel en tegenovergesteld van mijn eigen dan miet ik spreken en we simpelwel bekritiseren. Dit is niet over hun muziek, op die zal ik niets zeggen. maar 2 woorden: promise rings? van wat ik als tiener geleerd heb denken wij vaak aan sex. je denkt dat hen daarvan weghouden de juiste oplossing is? Ik weet maar een beetje maar ik weet een ding, ik weet dat deze simpele weg niet werkt. De dingen waar wij taboo van maken trekken juist kinderen aan. zweren, sex, drugs, tatoos, geweren, geweldadige spelletjes en films, donkere rock muziek, al die blijf eraf dingen willen ze juist allemaal wel doen. voor kinderen is het alleen zwaar o, hun eigen uit te vinden, het leven is voor hen een groot mysterie. wanneer er word aangeleerd om er weg te blijven leren ze er niets van.
From Selina: Today I was visiting Northwestern University by Chicago, IL and around 2 PM after the school tour was over my friend and I spotted Nick Jonas and his dad who were also visiting. Not many people noticed him because he didnt have big security or his other brothers, but he did take pictures with us. He was really nice, well-mannered, and shy. He thanked us for being fans. in het nederlands. van selena (het meisje dat de informatie wist): vandaag was ik de northwerstern university in Chicago aan het bezoeken, rond 14.00 uur na de rondleiding spotten mijn vriend en ik Nick Jonas. Hij was ook samen met zijn vader de school aan het bezoeken. Niet veel mensen herkenden hem wat er liep niet veel security rond en zijn broers waren er niet bij. Hij was heel lief, gemanierd en verlegen. Hij bedankte ons om fans te zijn.
Granted, the break-up of Miley Cyrus and Justin Gaston is old news at this point.
In the weeks since, Miley has either rekindled her relationship with Nick Jonas (according to Joe Jonas); or embarked on a single life she's sometimes "lovingg" and sometimes loathing.
Still, it's revealing to revisit the end to her relationship with Gaston, as an insider recently pointed to a photo shoot with Cyrus and Jonas as the beginning of the end for Miley and Justin.
"Miley explained to current beau Justin Gaston after the shoot that she was never truly over Nick and that all her feelings were coming back for him," a source told Fox News, adding that Cyrus returned to Jonas ""almost immediately" after she and Gaston were through.
Miley Cyrus went from Justin Gaston to Nick Jonas. Do you consider this an upgrade or a downgrade?
This insider continued:
"One day Miley was with Justin, the next she was with Nick again! His family is thrilled with the reunion. Nick's mom always loved Miley and in light of their Disney show, J.O.N.A.S. taking in the ratings lately, the entire Jonas camp is excited. There's a hope that their renewed romance will benefit everyone."
Except for Gaston, of course. He and his chiseled abs are left to fend for themselves now.
As for Cyrus and Jonas?
"They still manage to speak daily and send texts and Tweets all day long to each other," said the source. "After Nick gets done performing they usually video chat online late into the night. Every night! It seems to work for them and both are happier than normal. They are very sweet together
The Jonas Brothers updated their blog, saying that theyre busy working on their new CD and tour! They also chat about Kevins recent engagement and thank their fans.
We are so excited for you to see the show, Jordin Sparks, Honor Society, Wonder Girls, etc. 2nd Rolling Stone cover. Our new TV show - JONAS. 3D Movie DVD released. AND OF COURSE.. KEVIN AND DANIELLE ARE NOW OFFICIALLY ENGAGED!
We are so happy that she will be joining our family. The shows have been amazing. We will give a complete update soon. Today we are celebrating the 4th of July in Utah at the Stadium of Fire event. Then we head back for another show in Canada.
Well be traveling throughout the summer in North America. Then we will be filming the 2nd Camp Rock. After that we will be touring some more in North and South America and Europe (and hopefully other places around the world).
We are thrilled at the opportunities you give us to live our dreams. Our fans are the best and we plan to keep doing this for as long as it is still possible. Thanks for being the best fans in the world. JB, Kevin, Joe and Nick. P.S. There seem to be some rumors about JB ending. This is absolutely NOT true. Once again, dont believe rumors.
We hope that by now all you Jonas Brothers fans have gotten all your tears out and are as happy for the newly engaged Kevin Jonas as we are. If not, just remember, there are still two left unhitched!
As for the eldest Jonai, he was quick to open up about how and when he proposed to his longtime GF, Danielle Deleasa, a former hairdresser from New Jersey.
Kevin had just returned to his native NJ from a show in Vancouver when he planned to pop the question yesterday.
Kevin says: "It was tough performing last night, knowing that I was going to ask the biggest question in my life to the most amazing girl in the world."
But he did! Kevin got down on one knee on Danielle's doorstep early Wednesday morning and she was thrilled, to say the least:
"She said yes, yes, yes like 500 times super fast in a row," Kevin says.
The entire Jonai family has fully embraced their newest addition, each releasing statements about the not-yet-determined nuptials.
Kevin's bros, Nick and Joe, the little bros gave a shout out to their brotherly band-mate and new sister-in-law on their Twitter page "Congrats big brother ..Dani welcome to the family, we can't wait to have you join us on the road!"
Aw. One big happy family.
P.S. We sure believe in true love and all that jazz, but ..
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BEVERLY HILLS The Jonas Brothers are mugging for the camera on the balcony of a posh hotel suite. The photographer asks Kevin to shift his arm.
"Sure, but you've got to pay us first," he says.
Say it ain't so, JoBros!
Has the sweet-natured trio gone Hollywood-cynical already?
Breathe easy. The eldest Jonas is just channeling another upbeat band whose first fans also consisted largely of hyperventilating young girls.
Have you seen video of The Beatles' first press conference in New York?" Kevin later asks a publicist who didn't catch the Fab Four reference as they walk down the hall to one of nearly two dozen interviews they'll give today. "A reporter asks them a question, and (John Lennon) goes, 'You've got to pay us first.' It's such a great quote."
Comparing any rocking combo to The Beatles risks musical heresy. That said, these three lads from New Jersey Kevin, 21, Joe, 19, and Nick, 16 are hot on the Liverpudlians' manic mid-'60s pace.
The trio which could turn into a quartet if the so-dubbed "Bonus Jonas," Frankie, 8, got shaking sells millions of records, plays to rabid crowds, has a TV show and, on Feb. 27, unveils new movie Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.
And then there's the band's pop-culture ubiquity, with appearances at the Grammy Awards (where they just lost best new artist to Adele and jammed with Stevie Wonder), on Saturday Night Live (opposite hot host Alec Baldwin) and in the White House (first fans Malia and Sasha Obama enjoyed an acoustic serenade on move-in day).
All this, and yet just two years ago they traveled to gigs in a van.
It helps, of course, that they're traveling aboard the good ship Disney. The company has put its full weight behind the group with a vision to replicate its wildly lucrative Miley Cyrus/Hannah Montana franchise.
The new Jonas Brothers movie is a page straight from the Cyrus playbook. But mixing up-tempo songs with a you-are-there feel (and a few off-stage vignettes to break up the music), the movie aims squarely for anyone with a Jonas jones who failed to get their in-person concert fix.
"Last year, Miley's 3-D movie (of her Best of Both Worlds tour) opened at $31.1 million and ultimately made $65 million in the U.S.," says Paul Dergarabedian, box office analyst for Hollywood .com. "With the success of girl-oriented movies like Twilight, the timing for a Jonas movie couldn't be better. If they open at $30 million, few would be shocked."
Music is the moneymaker
Big bucks already are flowing, thanks to album sales. The group's latest release, A Little Bit Longer their second on Disney's Hollywood Records and a follow-up to the 1.4 million-selling Jonas Brothers topped Billboard's album chart shortly after its August unveiling and has sold close to 1.5 million copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Last year's concert tour grossed $41.5 million and was the 13th biggest in North America, "one step above Coldplay," says Gary Bongiovanni, editor of the touring trade publication Pollstar. "They were the breakout new act of the year. Everyone else out there, from Madonna on down, were the usual suspects. They haven't peaked yet."
All of which has meant that Kevin, Joe and Nick have traded a modest home in New Jersey for spreads in Los Angeles and Dallas, and trips in vans for travel aboard a Gulfstream jet. Might they be flying too high too fast?
The boys shake their heads; they're happily grounded.
"We see artists take years off just to regroup, but we're really enjoying all this," Kevin says as the three plop down on a sofa three-quarters of the way through a day of media chats. A publicist nearby keeps an eagle eye on the interview clock.
"We're still growing as musicians," Nick says. His voice is soft, but when he speaks, the older boys defer to him. "All this attention and success is flattering, but we've got a long way to go."
Would they consider going solo? "We all have dreams of our own, sure," Joe says. "But a band is a band. We're in it together."
Disney minders may be close at hand, but this Three Musketeers patter sounds genuine, born of road-trip-to-nowhere gigs with their pastor father, Kevin Sr., 43. Their affection for one another seems real, much like their teen-zine-ready good looks.
Nick is ruggedly casual in a plaid shirt with rolled-up sleeves, jeans and boots. Kevin, in a leather jacket, cops a Brando look. And Joe, alone with his natural curls slicked down, summons an '80s vibe with a collarless jacket and skinny tie.
And always, those photo-op-ready smiles.
"They're good kids," says "Big Rob" Feggans, who stands guard outside the hotel suite door. He's the mountain of a bodyguard who was drafted by the guys to rap on their hit song Burnin' Up.
"I don't rap, but they wanted me to be involved, so I gave it a try. That's just the way they are," he says. "As far as I'm concerned, anything they get, they deserve."
A straight line to success
Their genuine, raised-right demeanor is the best thing about the band, says Karleigh Santry, 16, of Erie, Pa., who along with her sister, Katie, 18, started jonasbrothersfan.com.
"Sure, they're cute, but mostly they're great role models and their music is clean," says Karleigh, who says she has been to at least 50 Jonas Brothers concerts. "A lot of people say you have to be 10 to like them. But what they write about, well, it's really what teens talk about."
No less than Rolling Stone put the JoBros on its cover last summer, along with a four-star review of the new album. "Our point there was, like it or not, they're making a kind of power-pop that hasn't been seen since the days of Cheap Trick," says Caryn Ganz, the rock magazine's pop music critic. "They may have the prefab look, but they play and write their music."
Ganz says the band's next album will be scrutinized by those critics who have elevated them from manufactured boy band to genuine artists. "Their fans are mostly crazy, fanatical tweens, and they'll stick by them," she says. "But if they make anything less than a great record, critically they'll be in trouble."
Down the road, there are a few possible avenues for the Jonas Brothers to take.
There's the route taken by another brotherly trio, Hanson. After their 1997 hit MMMBop, Hanson "quietly went off to make records on their own, none of which do that well, but they've got money and are doing just fine," says David Smay, co-editor of Bubblegum Music Is the Naked Truth: The Dark History of Prepubescent Pop, From the Banana Splits to Britney Spears.
The other option is to break from their Disney roots and follow former Mouseketeer Justin Timberlake. Or at least one of them might. "I can see Nick doing that in particular," Smay says. "Maybe going off and finding some great musicians to work with, forming a new band and leaving the Jonas name behind."
It's nothing personal
You're not going to get the Jonas boys to go down that speculative path. Leaning forward on their elbows, the three offer mostly short answers to a range of questions.
Nick on coping with type 1 diabetes for the past three years: "At first, I thought, 'Why me?' But the more I told my story to people, I thought, 'Why not me?' It's an opportunity."
Kevin on the famous girls in their lives, singer/songwriter Taylor Swift, 19, who appears in the new concert film, and Miley Cyrus, 16: "We saw both of them all week leading up to the Grammys. They're great friends. It's neat to hear a new generation of musicians come up."
Nick shuts the door: "We choose not to talk about our dating lives."
Joe on their new home in Dallas: "It's on a golf course. We love to ride around on the carts and talk to the older guys."
Nick: "We cause havoc."
Kevin: "Well, not really havoc."
With touring and moviemaking and interview-giving, when do they write songs?
Nick: "We have downtime during the filming of our TV show (Disney Channel's J.O.N.A.S.). We're starting songs for the next album and will rehearse soon."
Not many minutes in, the audience ends. The boys rise in unison, each thrusting out a hand and apologizing for the rush.
You sense they mean it, but the Disney trains must run on time. The boys sit back down and another questioner enters.
A few days later, the phone rings. It's the Jonas Brothers. The first meeting was too brief, and Disney offers up another shot at the trio. They're curious about the reaction to a preview screening of their 3-D film, which opens with a chased-through-New York nod to The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night. Told that the movie was obscured by 70-odd minutes of shrieking audience members, Nick laughs.
"Well, it's not always like that," he says, unconvincingly.
"We're definitely fans of A Hard Day's Night, and we wanted people to see what goes on behind the scenes a bit, too," Kevin says.
That would include the brothers waking up (cue screams from the audience) and changing backstage (louder screams).
How do they get away from the estrogen-fueled mayhem?
"We love to play golf, or whiffle ball or football, mostly with the guys in the band," Nick says. "But right now, we're writing a lot."
The next album is due this summer; they are five songs into the project. Nick starts to list the group's influences, which include "a lot of classic artists, like Elvis Costello and Prince and "
His voice grows faint, then the line abruptly goes dead. It's easy to picture them being hustled off to another room, another interview, another engagement, another city.
Just another day in the outsized life of the Jonas Brothers.
The Jonas Brothers: It's a dream come true to work together
The Jonas Brothers have said it's a "dream come true" that they are all able to work together.
Brothers Kevin, 21, Joe, 19, and Nick, 16, were originally dropped from their record label when their first album failed to sell. Kevin said: "It was a tough moment but it all worked out."
The boys are now one of the biggest boy bands on the planet and Joe admitted it's a dream they have all been able to work together.
He said: "We all had a different road to the place where we are now. Nick was on Broadway and we were all doing commercials. We wanted to work in showbusiness in some way, but never expected this - we didn't ever think we would get to be three brothers in a band. It's a dream come true."
als dit geen vruchtbaar intervieuw ism dan weet ik het ook niet meer. ik een intervieuw verklaart joe dat hij een vriendin heeft, verklaapt hij ook dat nick miley opnieuw aan het daten is en weet de host op voorhant dat kevin ging trouwen... wow
Im really looking forward to testifying before the Senate Committee on behalf of all JDRF Childrens Congress delegates to ask Congress to support research to find a cure, Jonas said in a press release on the organizations Web site.
Gangsta Joe Yo yo yo yo yo, You love a Jo Bro. You're a sucker for any boy with a fro. Daniel's like "Woah! Where did Ana go?" She's in bed with Joe! Killing In The Name of Nick Ana likes a Jonas Brother To her there is no other. For Nick she would smother Her very own mother. Krazy for Kevin This girl has got a crush Mention Kevin and she will blush. She would be happy to brush His fro that is so lush; It gives her a thrush. Give It A Whirl The Jonas Brothers live a girl, She sends them into a whirl. Her face would make any other hurl (jokes, she is pretty) But to them, she is a pearl.