Jonas Brothers Celebrate Their Comeback At Grammy Museum

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With the chart-topping success of “Sucker” and Happiness Begins, the Jonas Brothers revival is in full swing. Joe, Nick and Kevin dropped by the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles last night (October 7) to celebrate their stunning comeback with a revealing Q&A and an intimate performance. The trio began by explaining how they found their way back together with a little prompting from moderator Scott Goldman. Nick stepped forward as the instigator, while Joe revealed that he was the most reticent.

After talking about their reunion, studio collaborators and favorite moments as a band (they picked performing at the White House for the Obamas and sharing the stage with Stevie Wonder at the Grammys), Jonas Brothers brought out their instruments and performed. Joe, Nick and Kevin kicked things off with “Lonely,” a new collaboration with Diplo, and then moved on to current hit, “Only Human” (below). Other songs on the short but very sweet setlist included “Jersey,” “Love Bug” (!!) and “Sucker.”

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