Jonas Brothers Forever by Susan Janic, ECW Press

Jonas Brothers Forever: The Unofficial Story of Kevin, Joe and Nick

Janic, Susan

$10.95
  • The Jonas Brothers have gone from obscurity to superstardom in the course of a year, and there’s simply no stopping them. From their top-selling albums, to their sensational sold-out tours, their Disney Channel original movie Camp Rock and forthcoming TV series J.O.N.A.S., Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas are here to stay.

    Jonas Brothers Forever: The Unofficial Story of Kevin, Joe and Nick chronicles the boys’ lives and careers from child performers to their first disappointing Columbia Records deal to being signed by Disney’s Hollywood Records. From that point, their lives changed forever. Their Meet the Robinsons song “Kids of the Future” became a major hit, and the brothers Jonas were everywhere: from Miley Cyrus’s sold-out tour to the White House to the top of the charts.

    Jam packed with photos, Jonas Brothers Forever: The Unofficial Story of Kevin, Joe and Nick is the only complete guide to the amazing world of the JoBros: the life and career of this talented trio; their family and the importance of their faith; their friends, girlfriends, costars and management team; their albums, videos, tours and TV shows; and the true-blue fans who will support the Jonas Brothers forever.

  • Susan Janic is also the author of Living the Dream: The Unofficial Story of Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus (ECW 2008). Read her blog at susanjanic.wordpress.com.

  • Published: April 2009

    ISBN: 9781550228519

    Dimensions: 8 x 10 in.

    Pages: 160

Reviews

"Jonas Brothers Forever is unusually well designed, which puts it near the top of books about the ubiquitous rockers. . . . this is the next best thing to a backstage pass." — Booklist Online

"If you love the JoBros, then you'll absolutely want to spend a few days reading Jonas Brothers Forever: The Unofficial Story of Kevin, Joe & Nick. In this book, you'll get a ton of pictures, plus the inside scoop on the songs, the shows, and the Jonas Brothers themselves." — Bristol Herald Courier