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Jonas Brothers Biography
Music on Red Bull. Without hesitating, that's how 17-year-old
Kevin Jonas describes the hyper-adrenalized sounds he's created with
his two brothers, 13-year-old Nicholas and 16-year-old Joseph, on the
Jonas Brothers' debut album, It's About Time. And it's no
wonder since 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. One thing is for sure, the Jonas
Brothers are all ready to keep the momentum going strong. We go crazy
on stage! says Kevin. It's so much fun!
Music always played a major part in the brothers' lives growing up in
Wyckoff, New Jersey. Their parents are both musicians, so gathering
around the piano for sing-alongs was an essential part of regular
family bonding, yet each brother found his own musical calling in a
The oldest, Kevin, who plays guitar and sings backing vocals, was home
sick one day when he found a guitar and a Teach Yourself Guitar book
lying around the house. I spent the next three days learning how to
play the basic chords, Kevin remembers. That was about four years
Nicholas, who shares lead vocals with Joseph in the group, began
singing as soon as he could talk. From the time I was two years old, I
would wake up in the morning and start singing all the time, every
second of the day, he says. Nicholas, whose voice has been compared to
that of previous prodigies Stevie Wonder and Taylor Hanson, was
discovered singing while getting his hair cut in a local barbershop.
His poignant voice caught the attention of a woman in the shop who
immediately referred him to a professional show business manager.
Joseph's original plan, however, was slightly different than his
brothers. He first dreamed of becoming a comedian and wanted to
audition for sketch comedy shows. But I was always attached to music
and loved listening to different kinds of music, especially rock, he
Meanwhile, Daylight/Columbia Records, after hearing Nicholas'
incredible voice, began planning a solo record with him. And then fate
Nicholas and his brothers began submitting songs that they'd written
together with the intention of having them appear on Nicholas' solo
album. When the label became aware that Nicholas had musically talented
siblings, a group performance was arranged. After a spectacular group
audition was held for the label, the direction was clear. All three of
us were signed pretty much on the spot as the Jonas Brothers, Kevin
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. It's awesome to have my brothers on stage
and in the studio with me, explains Nicholas. You have a security
that everything is going to be okay, even when you mess up.
As Kevin puts it, It feels like the most natural thing we could be
doing. When we write a song we get in a triangle. I start playing the
chords that we've chosen over and over and then we'll keep going around
in a circle until we have figured out the lyrics for our song.
They're all particularly proud of their vocal chemistry as well.
Nicholas is the powerhouse vocal, says Joseph. He's just got this
young, soulful voice that catches everyone's ear.
Joseph just has this really cool, smooth rock voice, Nicholas points
out. He really knows how to get the crowd going. Kevin is the one that
holds us all together. Joseph and I are the singers and we take turns
on keyboards, and percussion, but Kevin mostly plays the guitar and
that's the part of the group that we need--he's the glue that keeps it
Joseph sees them all collaborating for years to come. We're brothers
so it's not like if we got upset at each other that we can be like,
'Well I quit.' They're still my brothers. We love to do this and we
know we're going to keep doing for a very long time.
Inspiration for the group's songs comes directly from the boys'
personal experiences--from the highs and lows of dating to being on the
road to having been given the opportunity to follow their dreams at
such a young age. A lot of it is about typical teenage love stuff like
'Oh, what am I going to do if I can't see her today?' It's not stuff
that we don't know about, says Nicholas.
There's been heartbreaks and there's been crushes so we know how it
feels and can write about it, explains Kevin, but overall, the songs
of the Jonas Brothers celebrate the joy of living and encourage people
to feel good. The album is meant to get people up and have fun and
raise their energy, says Joseph.
We decided to call the album It's About Time,
Nicholas reveals, because so many of our songs seem to deal with
different aspects of time. Kevin continues the explanation of the
concept, There's '6 Minutes,' which is about how quickly you can run
through the full range of emotions when you feel strongly about someone
you just met. There's '7:05,' about etching in your memory the exact
time a relationship ended, and, well, the list goes on.
Songs on the album that stand out for the boys include their tune Time
For Me To Fly, a catchy, fast track that is about following our dream
of making music according to Kevin. The song is about us working
hard, playing music every night and trying to make things happen.
One of the more personal tracks on the record is the first single,
Mandy, which is about a girl that their mother, a sign-language
teacher, taught to sign so that she could pursue her dream of working
with the hearing impaired. Nicholas, Joseph, and Kevin each formed a
special friendship with Mandy. We were writing songs one day and
decided we wanted to write about something really nice--so we wrote a
song about Mandy, recalls Nicholas. She's the nicest girl you will
ever meet. She knows what you're thinking all the time.
Don't Tell Anyone, one of the more emotional songs on the record, is
about liking someone but not being able to admit it. One Day At A
Time talks about how minutes seem like days after you find yourself on
the wrong end of a breakup. That's probably the darkest song on the
album, says Kevin.
For now the brothers are just relishing in the experience of having
other people hear their music live and making new fans one city at a
time while they are on the road. We've known for a while how it felt
to be on stage, but we never knew how it would feel to have people love
music that we've written and which we both play and sing. It's very
gratifying when fans come up to us after shows and tell us how much
they relate to our songs, says Joseph.
We all have such passion for what we do and for our band, explains
Kevin. Our dreams have really come true and we're just so lucky.
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