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MTV.com posted the following blog. [Special thanks to: Liz for letting us know]
Jonas Brothers’ New Album Date Announced-
But Are The Jonases Doing To Much?
In the year 2008 alone, the Jonas Brothers did more in 365 days than 365 people do in 365 years. There were their ”Look Me In The Eyes” and “Burning Up” tours. The release of Camp Rock and A Little Bit Longer. They even let us hang out with them for two (exhausting) days straight during MTV’s “Jonas Brothers: Live & Mobile” event. There were those billion and six awards shows, including the VMAs. TV appearances like FNMTV. Their Burning Up book. Public appearances. More appearances in places that require appearing at, which require travel and getting up early. And those Jonas Brothers videos — they shot “Burnin’ Up,” “Lovebug” and “Tonight” in 2008 alone — don’t just make themselves.
Fast forward to a new year — it hasn’t even been 2009 for like, five seconds, and already the Jonas Brothers have performed on the Grammys, performed on Saturday Night Live, shot their Jonas Brothers Experience MTV special, released their 3D movie, the soundtrack, and flown EVERYWHERE in a jet and surprised EVERYONE who wasn’t dead or already being surprised by the Publisher’s Clearinghouse Prize Patrol.
Still, they’ve got their new Disney TV show, J.O.N.A.S. at the ready. Camp Rock 2 is coming up, AND they’re planning a 2009 world tour. AND, according to M Magazine, the Jonas Brothers are prepping their fourth studio for release in June or July 2009.
I KNOW that the Jonas Brothers are living the dream and everything, but their lives are starting to look like one long movie montage where people go shopping, except instead of shopping, they keep flying places, hugging crying fans, and promoting new products and iterations and extensions of the Jonas Brand almost every single day. And instead of a movie, these are the Jonas Brothers’ real lives. I’m really starting to understand why a lot of Tokio Hotel fans petitioned to have the band take a break in late 2008.
So, you tell me — do you think the Jonas Brothers need to take a breather, lest Burnin’ Up becomes burnin’ out? Or are you ready for that new album, no matter what? (And, BTW, I’m gonna go out on a limb and assume that that Chris Brown track isn’t going to make it on the Jonas Brothers album. Just assuming here.)