Canada.com did an interesting interview with Jonas Brothers. Here’s what you cannot ask Kevin, according to his publicist: No questions about their girlfriends – past, present or alleged. No questions about their religion or purity rings.
[Their father is a former Assemblies of God pastor and the rings represent their pledge to remain virgins before marriage.] No questions about South Park’s recent episode lampooning the brothers and their purity rings.
What’s left? Their upcoming TV series, album, clothing line and tour. Kevin, ‘We’re doing something that we’ve never done before. We’re going to be playing in the round [In the middle of arenas] and it’ll be exciting, it’ll be very personal with the fans, very up-close, right there and it’ll be great!”
According to the interviewer: ‘Almost every one of his answers sounds about as scripted, like much of his life.’ Kevin then discussed his itinerary for the day: ‘We got up, we packed for our trip to the Bahamas, and then I jumped in the car.
I’ll have a lunch meeting and then I’ll work until about six, then I have another meeting right after. Then I have a writing session and then do a demo of another artist. Then we go to the jet and fly to the Bahamas.
We work hard but we really enjoy it. We love it. We do a show every month at the Atlantis and it’s been a great thing for us. It’s been really fun and a great way to get out of town for a day or two, go to the beach but also play a show.‘On their fourth album due in June: ‘We are on the verge of
eight to nine songs in, which is pretty awesome for us, and we’re
really excited. We can’t wait to have it be done and
get it out there. Yeah! We’re very, very excited.’
On the clothing line: ‘It’s
going to be a lot of fun to be part of and do. The
going to be definitely interesting, very natural to who we are as the
Jonas Brothers, but definitely bring in different influences that we
love. And it’s not only going to be men’s clothing. It’s going to be a
women’s line as well.’
On Frankie starring in JONAS: ‘He
does a great job. He’s very, very funny. He’s a
superstar. I think he’s going to be in TV and movies for a long time.’ Will Frankie join the band? ‘I see him just doing his own thing, which is
pretty awesome, at the age of eight, thinking about his own band and
wanting to make his own band. It’s going to be pretty awesome for him.”