The Jonas Brothers have become one of the most successful music groups of the 21st century, but their path to fame wasn’t always easy. From humble beginnings in New Jersey to international stardom, the Jonas Brothers have had a long and exciting journey. Here is a timeline of their careers:
2005: The Jonas Brothers begin recording their first album, “It’s About Time,” under Columbia Records.
2006: The album is released, but fails to chart. The brothers are subsequently dropped from Columbia Records.
2007: The Jonas Brothers sign with Hollywood Records and begin recording their second album, “Jonas Brothers.” The album becomes a commercial success, peaking at number five on the Billboard 200 chart.
2008: The Jonas Brothers release their third album, “A Little Bit Longer,” which debuts at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. They also star in their own Disney Channel original movie, “Camp Rock,” which becomes a huge success.
2009: The Jonas Brothers release their fourth album, “Lines, Vines and Trying Times,” which debuts at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. They embark on their first world tour, the “World Tour 2009.”
2010: The Jonas Brothers announce a hiatus, with each member pursuing solo projects.
2011: Joe Jonas releases his debut album, “Fastlife.” Nick Jonas forms the band Nick Jonas & the Administration and releases the album “Who I Am.”
2012: The Jonas Brothers reunite and release the single “Pom Poms.” They also announce their fifth album, “V.”
2013: The Jonas Brothers cancel their tour and announce their official breakup.
2019: The Jonas Brothers announce their reunion and release the single “Sucker,” which debuts at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. They also release their fifth album, “Happiness Begins,” and embark on their “Happiness Begins Tour.”
2020: The Jonas Brothers release their holiday single, “I Need You Christmas.”
2021: The Jonas Brothers release their single “Leave Before You Love Me” in collaboration with Marshmello.
The Jonas Brothers have come a long way since their first album in 2005. They have faced their share of challenges, including being dropped by their first record label and going through a hiatus and breakup, but they have always found their way back to each other. Their music has brought joy and happiness to fans all over the world, and their reunion in 2019 was met with overwhelming excitement. The Jonas Brothers’ careers serve as a testament to hard work, dedication, and the power of family and brotherhood.