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The Jonas brothers, Kevin, Joe, and Nick, have musical roots dating back to childhood. At the age of just six years old, Nick Jonas got a break while performing at a barber shop in his hometown Wyckoff , NJ . By the time he was seven Nick was working full-time on Broadway, performing in A Christmas Carol, Annie Get Your Gun, Beauty and the Beast, and Les Miserebles. After Les Miserables, Nick participated in The Sound of Music at the Paper Mill Playhouse. During this time Nick took a song co-written with his father and performed it live at the annual Broadway “Equity Fights AIDS”.
Shortly after, a rep from Columbia Records heard the song and promptly signed Nick Jonas to INO Records. It was during this time Nick began collaboration with his brothers in writing and recording new songs. It was also during this time that Nick's brother Joe worked on Broadway as well, performing in Baz Lurhmann's production of La Boheme. Before long all three brothers were signed as the Jonas Brothers in 2005. Their first year signed together was a huge one, with tours across the U.S that included working with other big-name artists such as Kelly Clarkson, Jesse McCartney, the Backstreet Boys, and the Click Five.
The Jonas Brothers' first album It's About Time, did commercially very well. They were honored by having their songs featured on Total Request Live, the Aquamarine soundtrack, as well as Nickelodeon. They also covered the well-known Pirates of the Caribbean song for the Disneymania 4 album. They also did a remake of the Little Mermaid song, sung by the notorious evil octopus Ursula, Poor Unfortunate Souls and attained popularity on Radio Disney.
In 2007 Columbia Records dropped the Jonas Brothers. The decision resulted in only a brief hiatus for the Jonas Brothers, who were swiftly picked up by Hollywood Records and wasted no time in releasing their self-titled second album, which made it to the Billboard Hot 100. With Hollywood Records the Jonas Brothers landed the Baby Bottle Pops theme song, as well as having two songs featured on the Meet the Robinsons soundtrack.
Also in 2007 the Jonas Brothers were invited to perform at the White House. They made several guest star appearances on Hannah Montana and performed at the Miss Teen USA competition and the American Music Awards, just to name a few of their 2007 accomplishments. The year was topped off by their first Grammy nomination for Best New Artist..
The Jonas Brothers released their third album A Little Bit Longer in August of 2008, sending their ticket sales through the roof. For the second time, iTunes seemed to have their back, agreeing to release four songs from the album at a pace of one every two weeks. All in all, the Jonas Brothers participated in two tours in 2008, as well as making multiple individual performances and appearances throughout the year