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    Jones Brother Well-Timed Comeback by Jorge Ramos

    Our favorite brothers from New Jersey are back together, the ones that completely dominated the market led by the hand of Disney. As a brand the Jonas Brothers were a global phenomenon, and after their 6-year hiatus, they broke the market with the release of Sucker, a Single that debuted at #1 on most lists, being this the first song of the album Happiness Begins.

    Little Recount

    The brothers had released 4 studio albums, with just a little evolution between them, the start of them was as a pop-punk band. After debating about the name and brand they wanted to build they settled under the name Jonas Brothers, as they said on YouTube’s web show Hot Ones.

    The path was quite interesting being signed by Sony’s Columbia Records, and then dropped after It’s About Time (2006), their first album. The singles “Mandy” and “Year 3000” initiated the path for them.

    Then came Jonas Brothers (2007) with some of their greatest hits, “S.O.S”, “Hold On” and “When You Look At Me In The Eyes” are still anthems for those OG Jonas Brother fans, as well as “Kids Of The Future”, being a “rockier” song, in comparison to the rest of the album. The band had already moved into a more pop sound after being signed by Disney’s Hollywood Records.

    “Jonas Brothers” was their first album that charted in Australia, Canada, Ireland, and Germany. A year later they released A Little Bit Longer, (2008) which was the best-selling album of the band with 1.6 million copies sold by 2015. The singles “Burnin’ Up” and “Lovebug,” are still classics, not to mention “Pushin’ Me Away.”

    The last studio album before the band’s split was Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009), although it performed well, it was because of the momentum of the band, with singles like “Fly With Me” and “Paranoid.” Just before the break they took, the brothers were about to release another album “V,” but they decided to leave it as a live album right after their separation.

    Brilliant Comeback Great Timing

    The timing for the comeback was amazing, reminiscing about the ‘00s we found ourselves with them coming back together and a more relevant Miley Cyrus. The Brothers announced it via social media and 2 days later during the first week of March, they released “Sucker,” in which we see a much more classic pop sound, a more mature group of brothers and very well accompanied.

    Then “Cool” reminds us what they’ve been up to recently, the amount of references is funny and enjoyable as it can possibly be. They mention Post Malone reference’s in his songs, and Joe’s relationship with Game of Thrones star, Sophie Turner.

    Although it is quite a more mature production, we have a couple of songs that are a bit too generic such as “Love Her” and “Hesitate.” The band’s new album is not the greatest, but it was well done.

    We can say for sure, that the album has a bigger chance of being a hit than Joe Jonas favorite football team, New York Giants to overcome the NFL Superbowl odds!

    Critics Praise the Reunion

    The band, as we mentioned before, went on the show Hot Ones, a hit on YouTube where people like Billie Eilish, Shaquille O’Neill, or Ricky Gervais have been. Also, they appeared in multiple occasions on the Late Late Show with James Corden to promote it, singing Sucker in the always fun to watch section Carpool Karaoke.

    During the said segment, the boys clarified what had happened during the breakup, and the process of their new album. A quote that sums it up on Pitchfork says, “When Nick sings ‘When I grow up, I wanna be just like me’ on ‘Cool,’ you kind of see what he means. The Jonas Brothers didn’t need a total reinvention to come back – they just needed a clean slate.”

    Meanwhile, Vulture seems to agree with this, claiming that the “trio seems rejuvenated catering to each other’s strengths again, but it’s the songs where they branch out.” The magazine affirms that Happiness Matters “defies all of the accepted wisdom about the trajectories of young singing groups.”

    Tour Dates

    AUG 7 American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL
    AUG 9 Amway Center, Orlando, FL
    AUG 10 Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL
    AUG 12 State Farm Arena, Atlanta, GA
    AUG 14 PNC Arena, Raleigh, NC
    AUG 15,Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
    AUG 17 TD Garden, Boston, MA
    AUG 18 Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
    AUG 19 Times Union Center, Albany, NY
    AUG 21 Mohegan Sun Arena, Montville Center, CT
    AUG 23 Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Canada
    AUG 24 Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Canada
    AUG 27 KeyBank Center, Buffalo, NY
    AUG 29 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
    AUG 30 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
    AUG 31 Hersheypark Stadium, Hershey, PA
    SEP 3 PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
    SEP 4 Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, PA
    SEP 5 Schottenstein Center, Columbus, OH
    SEP 7 Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI
    SEP 8 Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI
    SEP 10 Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN
    SEP 11 U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH
    SEP 13 Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN
    SEP 14 Enterprise Center, Saint Louis, MO
    SEP 16 Xcel Energy Center, St Paul, MN
    SEP 17 Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI
    SEP 19 United Center, Chicago, IL
    SEP 20 United Center, Chicago, IL
    SEP 22 Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO
    SEP 25 American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
    SEP 26 Toyota Center, Houston, TX
    SEP 27 AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX
    SEP 29 BOK Center, Tulsa, OK
    OCT 1 Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
    OCT 3 Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, UT
    OCT 5 Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ
    OCT 6 Honda Center, Anaheim, CA
    OCT 8 Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
    OCT 11 Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Canada
    OCT 12 Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA
    OCT 13 Moda Center, Portland, OR
    OCT 15 Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA
    OCT 17 Pechanga Arena San Diego, San Diego, CA
    OCT 18 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV
    OCT 20 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    OCT 21 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    OCT 27 Auditorio Citibanamex, Monterrey, Mexico
    OCT 28 Auditorio Citibanamex, Monterrey, Mexico
    OCT 30 RB PALACIO DE LOS DEPORTES, Nuevo Mexico, Mexico
    OCT 31 Palacio de los Deportes, Nuevo Mexico, Mexico
    NOV 2 Arena VFG, Ojo De Agua De Los Negros, Mexico
    NOV 12 Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA
    NOV 13 Legacy Arena, Birmingham, AL
    NOV 15 BB&T Center, Sunrise, FL
    NOV 16 Amway Center, Orlando, FL
    NOV 17 VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, FL
    NOV 19 Infinite Energy Arena, Duluth, GA
    NOV 20 Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC
    NOV 22 Prudential Center, Newark, NJ
    NOV 23 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
    NOV 24 TD Garden, Boston, MA
    NOV 26 Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Canada
    NOV 27 Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada
    NOV 29 Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ
    NOV 30 Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore, MD
    DEC 3 Allstate Arena, Rosemont, IL
    DEC 4 CHI Health Center Omaha, Omaha, NE
    DEC 6 American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
    DEC 7 Frank C Erwin Special Events Center, Austin, TX
    DEC 10 Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ
    DEC 12 Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA
    DEC 14 The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
    DEC 15 The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
    JAN 29 Arena Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom
    JAN 31 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
    FEB 2 The O2, London, United Kingdom
    FEB 3 The SSE Arena, Wembley, London, United Kingdom
    FEB 5 SSE Hydro, Glasgow, United Kingdom
    FEB 6 Manchester Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom
    FEB 8 Lotto Arena, Antwerpen, Belgium
    FEB 10 Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany
    FEB 11 Lanxess Arena, Köln, Germany
    FEB 13 Hallenstadion, Zürich, Switzerland
    FEB 14 Mediolanum Forum, Assago, Italy
    FEB 16 Wizin Center, Madrid, Spain
    FEB 17 Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
    FEB 18 SUD DE FRANCE ARENA, Pérols, France
    FEB 20 Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    FEB 22 Accorhotels Arena, Paris, France