They talk about all of their projects ranging from the worldwide release dates for Jonas Brothers the 3D Concert Experience, working on JONAS, the soundtrack for JB3DCE, winning the NRJ Award for Best New International Artist in France, FFE, and their world tour. Did they say world tour?…
We will be announcing the dates for our world tour very soon. It will probably be announced at the end of February or early March. Keep checking back for tour details.
Argh! – it is so hard to be patient and wait until the beginning of March to find out about concert dates, but we can make it. I know it. Right?
Still in dire need of a Jonas fix to shake off the winter blahs? Well….you can head on down to Atlantis in the Bahamas to catch a JB show in March, April and May, or enter to win a family trip to see one of the shows.
Check out an ADORABLE promo the Boys did for Atlantis and read some notes on Jonas after the jump.
There are many many awww moments here, my favorite being the parting moments before they send JT down The Leap of Faith into the mouths of sharks and fangirls (the jury is out as to which is more deadly). Lucky for us he makes it out okay – with a major wedgie I am sure – but okay.
Canmag.com – a resource which I am not entirely sure is a reliable one – has had some articles getting the Boys’ impressions of how Jonas is going so far…check out some tidbit and click through to read ’em all!
Joe on Frankie’s role:
“He’s eight now,” Joe said. “He just had a birthday. It’s cool for him because, for us, we didn’t know how he would do, and he surprises us every day how well he does when he comes in every day. He’s in and out, and he finishes so quickly. It’s a lot of fun”
Joe on Jonas songwriting work:
Writing songs for the show is the easy part. “It’s really cool because when we cowrote with Demi [Lovato] on her record, it was a different kind of feel because we had to think from a girl’s perspective, and that was the first time we ever had to do that. This is great because they give us the opportunity, ‘Okay, we need you to write a song about you like this person, but you kind of feel sick about the situation.’ So they’ll give us an opportunity to really think about it and come up with a song. It’s been a lot of fun. It’s great to keep us involved in that aspect.”
Read more from Joe on their craft, tour plans and the Jonas Brothers phenomenon here.
Kevin on Jonas styling:
Jonas fans will also get a chance to see actual Jonas memorabilia in the sets of the show. “All theclothes you see and the things like that on the show, Michelle Tomaszewski, our stylist, is doing the show as well. So you see those different aspects. I think something that is very personal to us is we go to a school that definitely has a uniform that we have to wear at school every day. But each day that same uniform is altered, to make it for ourselves. So each one has something new every single day, every episode, and that is different than anybody else in the school, but it’s still the uniform. That brings out our own personal styles, and I think that’s what is really cool about this thing is they really took those moments and took those things and built it.”
Kevin on the Jonas set design:
Even the fictional Jonases home life has hints of reality. “In the television show, they built a room that has the three different sections. One’s for Joe. One’s for me and one’s for Nick, and each one has our individual tastes. For example, me, I can’t sleep in anything but a tour bus bunk bed. When I hit a button, you hear the horns and the flashing and everything, and it looks like I’m on a tour bus just because that’s where I’m comfortable, and they built that into the wall. And Nick has a bed that has a drum set. It comes down on top of his bed. It’s amazing. And Joe’s looks like a stage.”
Read more from Kevin on their team and the show’s debt to some famous forebears here.
Nick on songrwriting for Jonas:
The singer-songwriters have also found that having scripts to inspire music is a lot easier on their emotions. “Writing songs for the show has been a really cool experience because they’ll give us kind of like an outline of what they need for the episode. We’ve been making the joke constantly, it’s like, ‘Now we don’t have to get our hearts broken to write a song about heartbreak.’ It’s a lot easier way to do it.”
Read more from Nick on his favorite Jonas episode, acting challenges and their TV work schedule here.