The Jonas Brothers took over the Marquis Theatre in New York City last week to perform all of their albums over five consecutive nights. Joe, Nick and Kevin relearned 101 of their songs to perform for their dedicated fans.
The mini residency began on Tuesday night with the trio singing their self-titled debut album, then on Wednesday the spotlight fell on A Little Bit Longer, followed by Lines, Vines and Trying Times on Thursday. Next up was the band’s reunion album Happiness Begins on Friday night and they ended on Saturday night by previewing their upcoming album The Album to some lucky fans.
Each night, the Jonas Brothers did two acts during the show. The first act compiled of the songs from the dedicated album and the second act was full of their top hits so fans could still hear their most popular songs.
Nick said on the opening night:
We never thought we would get here. It was wishful thinking. But to look out and see some of the same faces, to see that this music that we wrote when I was 13 years old … still means something to you, it’s a crazy feeling and it’s why we do what we do. So we’re gonna go on a roller coaster tonight.
Sixteen years on from the release of their debut album, the Jonas Brothers proved they are just as successful as they were then when they were only teens. The small Broadway residency established the brothers professionalism and showed that there were no signs of them slowing down. In fact, it’s the complete opposite as they have just announced two UK gigs as they gear up for the release of The Album.
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