The [artist id="2088128"]Jonas Brothers[/artist] are gracing the cover of Rolling Stone for the second time in a year — but the most recent issue, out Friday, is a special collector's edition.
The limited-edition issue, which features tons of photos as well as archives of interviews with the guys, a trivia quiz and posters, is a must-have for any Jonas Brothers fan. It also includes a recent interview in which the guys discuss their big summer tour, which kicked off on June 20 in Dallas.
"I had this dream as a kid where I'm standing onstage with just a white spotlight," Nick recalled in the issue about getting to live his dream. "Now that moment happens every night in our show."
Fans will also get an intimate look at what the guys do while on the road, like playing wiffle ball with each other and watching movies like "The Hangover." "Usually we like to tour, tour, tour; but sometimes you're just exhausted, so we try to go home to relax," Joe shared.
The guys, who recently got to host the Teen Choice Awards, also wax poetic to the magazine about what musicianship means to them. "Music theory bores me," Kevin said. "It's all about feel for me."
But for Joe, the true rush comes from hitting the stage every night and hearing the fans shout his name. "When fans are screaming all around you, you're like, 'Whoa, awesome.' "