The [artist id="2088128"]Jonas Brothers[/artist] aren't shy about branching out from their sibling trio. Earlier this year, Nick released an album with his side project, [article id="1629393"]Nick Jonas and the Administration[/article]. And after [article id="1629992"]teasing that he was working on some solo music[/article], Joe, along with Demi Lovato, released the song "Make a Wave" from the "Oceans" soundtrack.
So does that mean Kevin is the next JoBro to go it alone?
"I don't know about that. Possibly," he told MTV News at [article id="1637342"]Family Day[/article], an annual charity event that raises money for leukemia, cancer and AIDS research. "I think it would be cool."
But that doesn't mean the brothers are going their separate ways. Kevin reiterated what [article id="1630702"]Nick told us[/article] back in January: "As the Jonas Brothers, we are continuing to make music."
So even if a Kevin solo album doesn't happen, the guys say they have plenty of new music catalogued for whatever they end up wanting to do next. "We all have been working on lots of music, and ... it could really be for anything," Joe added. "It could be for other artists or it can be for ourselves. ... It's all up in the air. We just love making music, so we just want to be in the studio all the time.
"We've been in the other room talking about [when we might release the next Jonas Brothers album]," he continued. "For us, we have a big year planned out, [and] that's definitely in the works. For us, we have a lot of music coming up [for the "Camp Rock 2" soundtrack and the "JONAS" soundtrack]. That in itself is two different records."
As for those albums, and any future JB albums, Nick said the musical style they go with next is something they will be incredibly proud to release. "It's all music we love, and we're looking forward to playing," he said. "[We're] trying to figure out which fits us best, and then we'll go in that direction."
What do you want to see the Jonas Brothers do next musically? Tell us in the comments!