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Before 2006 mainstream music fans may not have heard of the Jonas Brothers much when they debuted their first CD "Its about Time". However, these three brothers actually had a long list of accomplishments to their credit. Among the tweens, they became popular with their single "Year 3000" played on the Disney Channel.
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Their average age isnt even 18 yet, and they just graduated to headlining status after opening for fellow Disney sensation Hannah Montana/ Miley Cyrus late last year. They also competed in the Disney Channel games during the summer of 2007, which seemed to help skyrocket their musical career even further. The Jonas Brothers have performed two songs at the Miss Teen USA 2007 contest. The following day, the closing ceremonies of the Disney Channel Games was aired, featuring a performance from the Jonas Brothers. That same year, they co-presented an award with Miley Cyrus at the Teen Choice Awards. They also performed at the American Music Awards in November 18, 2007. The Jonas Brothers signed with Hollywood Records in February 2007 after they were dropped by Columbia Records. Their self-titled second album, "Jonas Brothers" was released on August 7th 2007 and reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart its first week.

Disney has signed the brothers to a concert special, movie (Camp Rock, premieres January 2008), and TV Series. The fictional television series entitled "J.O.N.A.S!" (Junior Operatives Networking As Spies) starring the trio as a group of government hired spies was filmed, and is expected to debut on the Disney Channel this year.

Considering themselves to be a mixture of rock and punk music, Jonas Brothers from Wyckoff, New Jersey is headed up by three brothers, Kevin, Joe, and Nick Jonas. Kevin plays guitar and sings backing vocals, and Nicholas shares lead vocals with Joseph in the group. They have released two albums - "Its About Time" in 2006 and "Jonas Brothers" in 2007. The Jonas Brothers are working on their 3rd Album. Have musicians as parents, music always played a major part in the brothers lives growing up. The boys influences include an eclectic mix of artists ranging from the Ramones to the Jackson 5 to the Modern Lovers-all purveyors of tight, catchy anthems.

In 2004 an executive at Columbia Records got wind of the song that Nick had written for his Dad, in 2002, called "Joy to the World" (A Christmas Prayer). The song was featured on the annual Broadway "Equity Fights AIDS" album, and later picked up by Ino Records for release to Christian radio stations across the country. Before long, Nick was signed by Columbia Records. After Steve Greenburg, the president of Columbia Records heard "Please Be Mine," a song which featured all three of the brothers; the group was signed as a band. For the Jonas boys, the real fun began as they combined their musical abilities to write and record their debut album together, quickly realizing how lucky they were to have each other for both personal and professional inspiration.