Last night in Columbus, Ohio, the Jonas Brothers conquered their latest sold-out crowd on their tour in support of their latest album Lines, Vines and Trying Times. Clearly, the trio have not let their individual projects get in the way of their focus as a band. Nick took time off recently to talk to the National Press Club about juvenile diabetes. Meanwhile, Kevin has been busy planning his wedding to fiancé Danielle Deleasa, which may happen by the end of the year. And in between dancing in Beyoncé parody videos, Joe has already committed himself to participating in the new season of "American Idol."
But as they proved last night in Columbus, the three brothers remain at their strongest as a tight, rocking unit. The band pumped out their hits and sprinkled in their cover of Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline," all while moving about the stage with cat-like energy and constantly engaging the adoring crowd.
The band's tour continues tonight in Cleveland. From there, they hit a few spots in Canada before taking a well-deserved break. They'll need it, because in October they cross the Atlantic to play a huge European tour, which will take them to Stockholm, Paris, Berlin, Zurich, Torino, Madrid, London, Dublin and about a dozen others. The day has arrived: The Jonas Brothers are now a truly worldwide phenomenon.