Jonas Brothers Donate Their Little Bit Longer Suits To Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum

Can things get any better for the Jonas Brothers? They have three albums in the top 10 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, including the soundtrack to “Camp Rock” and their new one, A Little Bit Longer, which debuted at #1. Plus, the boys — Joe, Nick and Kevin — have a legion of dedicated and loving teenage fans.

And now the boys can add style mavens and rock-and-roll all-stars to their list of this week’s achievements. This afternoon, while taking a tour of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio, the guys donated the three suits they wore on the cover of their smash album A Little Bit Longer to the museum.

Take a closer look at the suits (and the Jonas Brothers) after the jump!

The Jonas’ presented the suits to Jim Henke, vice president of the Rock Hall. The suits are part of the Right Here, Right Now! exhibit, which celebrates some of today’s hottest artists. And really, does it get any hotter than the Jonas Brothers?

They are the latest act to get a spot in the exhibit, which opened up earlier this summer and features memorabilia from artists and bands like Good Charlotte, Phantom Planet, John Mayer and Usher.

In addition to the Jonas Brothers’ suits, music fans can also check out Ryan Adams’ 1967 Gibson Southern Jumbo guitar and the dress that Paramore’s Hayley Williams wore in the “Emergency” video as well as on the 2006 Vans Warped Tour. Also on hand is the jumpsuit worn by Feist in the “1234” video and Colbie Caillat’s acoustic guitar.