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    • Birth Name : Sons of Jonas Famous as : Pop/rock band Birth Date : 2005 Claim to fame : Single "Year 3000" (2006) Birth Place : Wyckoff, New Jersey, USA
    • Growing Up Jonas As sons of musical parents, the brothers grow up doing singalongs around the family piano. Each also begins playing guitar, keyboard and/or drums, and the three oldest boys perform in a series of commercials for Burger King, Clorox, and Lego. "We kind of always grew up into music and making music with my dad," Joe Jonas tells the Houston Chronicle in 2008. "He was part of record labels and things like that. My mom's an amazing singer. We kind of grew into it." @iamglitzy
    • A Standout Nick Six-year-old Nick nabs an audition with a talent agent. Soon, he is singing on Broadway in shows such as Les Miserables and Beauty and the Beast. "Broadway was really great training for what we're doing now," Nick tells Minneapolis' Star-Tribune. In 2002, he cowrites a holiday tune with his dad, Kevin, called "Joy to the World (A Christmas Prayer)," helping Nick land a solo deal with Daylight/INO/Columbia Records, which releases his solo debut album in 2004. @iamglitzy
    • One Becomes Three Nick asks brothers Kevin and Joe to rehearse with him at home. The resulting sound prompts the boys' decision to form a trio. "We knew we could do this," Kevin tells the New Haven Register. "The pieces started falling into place." After performing their song, "Please Be Mine," for Columbia Records, they sign with the label. "I liked the idea of putting together this little garage-rock band," Greenberg tells Billboard. They go on to open for the likes of Kelly Clarkson. @iamglitzy
    • The Jonas' Album Debut Columbia releases the brothers' (Kevin, 18; Joe, 16; Nick, 13) first album, It's About Time, consisting of tracks they cowrote over the span of two years with professional songwriters. However, the album receives little marketing and only sells 62,000 copies. Soon afterward, the band is dropped from Columbia. @iamglitzy
    • The Magic Resumes Disney-owned Hollywood Records signs the Jonas Brothers to a recording contract, with Radio Disney and the Disney Channel serving to expand the band's musical exposure. "Boys identify with them, and girls love them because they're cute," Radio Disney executive Jill Casagrande tells the AP. That August, the Jonas Brothers release their self-titled album offering songs mostly written by themselves, including hits like "S.O.S." (No. 1 on iTunes) and "Hold On." The album debuts at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart, and eventually goes platinum. @iamglitzy
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    • Miley Meets the Jonas Brothers When the Disney Channel airs High School Musical 2, the Jonas Brothers perform as guest stars on the record-setting episode of Hannah Montana that immediately follows. Keeping it all in the Disney family, Miley Cyrus and Nick play coy about their romance, as the trio is tapped to open for Cyrus in her concert tour. By 2008, the "Best of Both Worlds" tour grosses a staggering $36 million and launches the Jonas Brothers even higher into the pop stratosphere. @iamglitzy
    • Joe's AMA Fall At the American Music Awards, Joe, 18, trips and falls on broken glass while performing the group's hit "SOS" – but keeps on singing even as he bleeds (right). Backstage, the singer shrugs it off: "Just a little blood, but, whatever, rock and roll." Days later on their MySpace page, the brothers write, "Beyoncé stopped us on our way back to our dressing room to let us know she thought we did great. Akon spoke to us on our way out. He said he would love to work together. How amazing!" @iamglitzy
    • The Bros 'Rock' Disney The Jonas Brothers' Disney Channel movie, Camp Rock premieres with 8.9 million viewers tuning in, making it the most-watched cable program this year. In the TV movie, Kevin, 20, Joe, 18 and Nick, 15, star as teen pop stars sent to a rock camp, where Joe flips over Demi Lovato's poor-girlwith-a-booming-voice character. @iamglitzy
    • JoBro Covers Rolling Stone With their third album, A Little Bit Longer set to debut, the Jonas Brothers appear on their first Rolling Stone cover. Upon its release, the album sells more than 525,000 copies to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 album charts. @iamglitzy
    • 'Burnin' Up' the Grammy Stage Arguably the Grammy Awards' oddest performing pair, the Jonas Brothers & legend Stevie Wonder duet the pop trio's hit "Burnin' Up" and Wonder's classic "Superstition." Although the boys go home empty-handed (British singer Adele takes home the Best New Artist award), Nick predicted such a result prior to the ceremony. "We would love to win, [but] at the end of the day I think Adele is really amazing," he told PEOPLE. "I'd give her record of the year." @iamglitzy
    • Topping the Charts In addition to starring as a fictional band of singing brothers in their Disney sitcom JONAS, the trio takes a more personal musical step with their new album Lines, Vines and Trying Times. The album debuts atop the Billboard 200 chart, selling 247,000 copies. @iamglitzy
    • Topping the Charts In addition to starring as a fictional band of singing brothers in their Disney sitcom JONAS, the trio takes a more personal musical step with their new album Lines, Vines and Trying Times. The album debuts atop the Billboard 200 chart, selling 247,000 copies. @iamglitzy
    • JoBros No More Only two days before its kickoff, the Jonas Brothers cancel their tour due to a "deep rift within the band," their spokesman tells PEOPLE, adding that the decision had nothing to do with Kevin's impending arrival. "There was a big a disagreement over their music direction." A week later, the trio also deactivates its Twitter account, with a source telling PEOPLE, "They are moving forward away from the Jonas Brothers. I think this is the beginning of the end." @iamglitzy
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