How much are the Jonas Brothers worth?
|Net Worth:||$150 Million
|Country:||United States of America|
About Jonas Brothers
Before they took over the rest of the globe with their bushy eyebrows and big hair, they conquered the Disney Channel with their pop songs. As soon as this sweet trio appeared on the scene, preteen girls all over the world fell head over heels in love with them for their pop-rock style and long, flowing hair. They succeeded in making a concert movie by singing their way into people’s hearts (and some nerves). They extended their influence beyond television and radio. However, they were just three brothers from New Jersey before they had hordes of pubescent girls placing a purity ring around it.
The Jonas Brothers are a popular pop band with a combined net worth of $150 million.
This is a family matter.
Nick Jonas, the youngest Jonas, aspired to work in show business. He began playing on Broadway at the age of seven in shows like Annie Get Your Gun, Beauty and the Beast, and Les Misérables. When he was only nine, he and his father co-wrote a Christmas song that quickly became popular on Christian radio. Joe, the eldest Jonas brother, immediately followed his example by appearing in La Boheme on Broadway. Later, Kevin also teamed up with his siblings to begin writing music.
Initially, it was just Nick who signed a deal with Columbia Records in 2004, but after hearing a song he recorded with his brothers, an executive opted to sign the group as a whole in 2005. The brothers started supporting singers like Kelly Clarkson, Jesse McCartney, the Backstreet Boys, and the Cheetah Girls on tour right away. They recorded a song for DisneyMania 4 and contributed the theme song for Disney’s American Dragon Jake Long in late 2005 and early 2006. They have published a number of successful songs.
It’s time now.
After being delayed for months, their debut album, It’s About Time, was given a restricted release on August 8, 2006, however Sony, the parent company of Columbia Records, ultimately lost interest in the group and dropped them in early 2007.
But 2007 ended up being the year they made a breakthrough. They signed a deal with Hollywood Records in February. They received an invitation to the White House in April to sing the national anthem for the Easter Egg Roll. In August, they launched an album of the same name, which debuted in the top five the following week. With appearances on the popular Disney series Hannah Montana and a partnership on the song “We Got the Party” with Miley Cyrus, their success grew even more.
The Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato starred in the Disney movie Camp Rock in 2008. The soundtrack debuted at number three on the charts and was a tremendous hit.
Prior to the release of their third album, A Little Bit Longer, in August 2008, they made history by becoming the youngest band to appear on the Rolling Stone cover in July. They received a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist to end the year.
Selling Out While Hooking Up
They were unstoppable, and musicians like Common and Timbaland rushed to work with them in order to connect with younger audiences. They produced a second Camp Rock, published a 3-D concert film, performed on award ceremonies, made appearances on American Idol, and hosted the Teen Choice Awards in the next two years.
The Jonas Brothers, meanwhile, are renowned for their wholesome, Christian image and for creating the purity ring movement, even among people who dislike their cheesy adolescent rock. The brothers have been associated to a number of high-profile couples: Nick has been linked to Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez; Joe broke up with Taylor Swift in front of the world; he then dated Camilla Belle and Ashley Greene; and Kevin wed Danielle Delsea in December 2009. But the fervent evangelical Christians, who were all wearing purity rings, had made a commitment to abstain from sexual activity until marriage. Many people have made fun of the rings, including Russell Brand during the 2008 MTV VMAs and in a South Park episode.
However, parents have no complaints in today’s world of sex scandals and nude cell phone images.
“It’s getting banged up a little bit because of the guitar.” (Kevin Jonas on his purity ring)