The Jonas Brothers
The Jonas Brothers became an instant hit after receiving airplay on Radio Disney and the Disney Channel. The trio's self-titled album, released in 2007, reached the Top 5 on the Billboard charts and went double platinum, and the album's single, "S.O.S.," took the No. 1 spot on iTunes. The Jonas Brothers' follow-up album, A Little Bit Longer, marked an industry first: The group became the first artists to have three albums on the Billboard Top 10 at once. In 2009, the group released their fourth studio project, Lines, Vines and Trying Times. Learn more about teen idols Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas, at Biography.com.
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