The sibs found great success by using their group and became teen idols.
Music proved to be a big section of Jonas’s family and breeding. His brother Nick signed a recording contract with Columbia Records as a young lad. But when Columbia Records heard cooperation tunes between Nick and his brothers Joe and Kevin, the label optioned the latter two into Nick’s contract.
The Jonas Brothers released one album with Columbia but were later dropped by the label as a result of poor record sales. In early 2007 Disney’s Hollywood Records picked up the trio, and from the summer’s ending their tunes were heard all over Radio Disney.
The lads’ achievement with Disney continued to rise when they guest-starred on Miley Cyrus’s Disney show, Hannah Montana, earning the program its best ratings to date. Later they were requested to start for Cyrus’s 2007 tour “Best of Both Worlds.” The tour provided the up and coming group with tremendous exposure.
The Jonas Brothers’ self titled record, released that same year, reached the Top 5 on the Billboard charts and went double platinum. The record’s single, “S.O.S.,” soared to No. 1 on iTunes.
Their follow up album, Just A Little Bit More, got in the Billboard Top 10, as well as the group released their third record with Hollywood Records, Lines, Vines and Trying Times in 2009.
Jonas enlarged his profession beyond music and into unscripted television in the year 2012. He signed to star in Entertainment Television’s docuseries Married to Jonas, centering on his life along with his new wife, Danielle Deleasa.
In October 2013, the Jonas Brothers made headlines when they announced the cancellation of the autumn tour. Later in the month, the brothers made another statement, this time even more devastating to supporters: the pop group had decided to part ways.
Jonas wed Danielle Deleasa in December 2009, with brothers Nick and Joe as his best men.