The Jonas Brothers Are Coming to Broadway!
The Jonas Brothers have declared an epic five-night Broadway residency. Every night will be dedicated to a different album culminating in their latest release, The Album. It’s sure to be a one of kind live experience that fans won’t want to miss!
Kicking off on the 14th of March, the 2007 album, Jonas Brothers, will open a five-night show at the Marquis Theater. The final night promises to be a memorable one with their latest release, The Album, closing it all out on the 18th.
The brothers will be performing top hits each night from the featured album. Here are the dates and their corresponding featured albums.
- March 14th – Jonas Brothers (2007)
- March 15th – A Little Bit Longer (2008)
- March 16th – Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009)
- March 17th – Happiness Begins (2019)
- March 18th – The Album (2023)
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The only album they are not featuring is their very first one, It’s About Time (2006). Although tickets are not on sale yet, a Ticketmaster Verified Fan presale will take place. You can register for it at jonasbrothers.com.
The Jonas Brother’s newest album, The Album, won’t hit shelves until May 5, 2023. Thus making the March 18th Broadway show an experience fans are not going to want to miss.
Nick and Joe have given us a sneak peek of some of the tracks from their album, with Nick revealing that his top two picks are “Little Bird,” which encapsulates being a parent, and “Waffle House.” This specific song is rooted in music icons such as Doobie Brothers and Bee Gees. For him, it symbolizes an unforgettable moment between them both.
In a conversation with Variety, Kevin expressed his fondness for the track “Vacation Eyes”, which is based on how he and his wife Danielle first met. He described it as being about cherishing romantic love every day and living life to its fullest; a sentiment reflected by the song’s upbeat vibes that transport you right back to those days spent together on the beach.
At their Walk of Fame ceremony, the brothers revealed not just details about their upcoming album but also a summer tour due to start later this year. It appears that they have planned an ambitious world tour to coincide with the release of their 6th Album.
Nick And The Theatre Community
Ever since he was a tot, Nick Jonas has been entrenched in the theatre world, having taken on roles for productions like Beauty and the Beast, Hairspray, and his most recent part in the 2012 production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. He also participated in 2010’s 25th-anniversary concert of Les Miserables, which only further solidifies his impressive stature within this domain.
His love for the theatre community may give us insights into why the Jonas brothers have chosen to take on Broadway to kick off the release of their new album.
Looking Back On The Jonas Brothers
In 2005, the Jonas Brothers began their journey to stardom with appearances on the Disney Channel Network. Consisting of three brothers – Kevin, Joe, and Nick Jonas – they were raised in Wyckoff, New Jersey before moving to Little Falls where they wrote their first record which was released by Hollywood Records.
In 2008, they skyrocketed to fame with their Disney Channel Original Movie Camp Rock. Two years later, the two were back at it again in its 2010 sequel: Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. Not only that but their own series Jonas was also released on Disney Channel and rebranded as Jonas L.A for its second season.
After taking a break in 2010 and 2011 to focus on individual projects, the group reconvened in 2012 with plans of recording an album. Sadly though, they disbanded unexpectedly on October 29th, 2013 before getting the chance to release it. Despite facing adversity early on in their career, these artists managed to sell over 17 million albums throughout the world by 2013.
In March 2019, the Jonas Brothers rekindled with a powerful return to music. Their single “Sucker” made history by becoming the 34th song ever to debut at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 – and their first-ever number-one hit. This momentous occasion marked six years since their initial split and proved that there was still an immense demand for them.
5 Nights You’ll Never Forget
Whether you are a big fan of their newer hits like “Sucker” and “What A Man Gotta Do” or a fan of their older hits like “Burnin’ Up” and “Year 3000,” this Broadway event is sure to impress. Keep an eye out for ticket sales to make sure you reserve your spot at this epic event.