Jonas Brothers Advise Aspiring Singers To “Get Out, Play And Rehearse'

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In an interview, they shared their experience of their journey in the world of music. They addressed the young singers and enlightened them with some advice.

Written By Pragya Puri | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The popular music band Jonas Brothers recently completed their successful  'Happiness Begins' tour. In an exclusive interview, they shared their experiences during their inspiring journey in the world of music. They also addressed the new-generation of singers and enlightened them with few tips and advice. Making a mark in the music industry, the band had all the reasons to rejoice. As per reports Nick, Kevin, and Joe Jonas headed for Grammy Museum to attend a special event. The brothers left for the event after giving a remarkable performance at a show. 

 “Get out there and play and rehearse”

The brothers gave an exclusive interview to an International entertainment media where they discussed the bitter-sweet moments of their musical journey. Later, the band performed for few fortunate fans and also celebrated their certified platinum album 'Happiness Begins'. Joe talked about their early days in the music business, he said that their debut in the industry was very spontaneous, without being conscious they just started playing music. He further advised the budding artists to have the same approach which will help them take their career to another height.

He said, “We just got out there and played and I think it's something that we try to tell a lot of young artists when they ask us for advice. Just get out there and play and rehearse." 

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The journey of the Jonas Brothers was organic

He continued narrating the story, their journey began organically with Nick. While Nick was recording a solo and apparently someone appreciated them as a group that probably can perform better in the future. The Brothers, however, took time to decode the message but ones they did there was no stopping.

"For us, it started organically with Nick. He was doing a solo record. Somebody heard us and thought we'd be good as a band so it kind of started really fast but it took a long time to crack the code," Joe said.

The band has several success stories, be it their 2008 album  A Little Bit Longer or the recent one Sucker and Cool. Their dedication to music continues to impress their fans of all ages. 

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The brothers inspired the youngsters 

During the interview, the artists made inspiring and motivating statements when it comes to growth in the music industry at a very early age. Nick Jonas said, "I would say in addition to the love of music, I think you also have to be conscious of just how scary it can be to have a young person in this business in general because when it's purely just about the music and the love of music, that's one thing," he further added that once you combine all the elements, one can pace-up their growth. He said he would advise the youngsters and his kids to follow their passion. The Happiness Begins tour  continues to proceed to across the country  and the brothers are all excited to perform for their fans 

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(Inputs from ANI)



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