NEW YORK — On Sunday, the Jonas Brothers hit the stage at the Roseland Ballroom to perform for Family Day, a benefit organized by the T.J. Martell Foundation. The annual charity event raises money for leukemia, cancer and AIDS research. And while the JoBros were on hand to support a worthy cause, their mini-set also gave fans a chance to catch the guys, who haven't played together much this year.

"Family's doing great," Kevin said of the Jonas clan. And his younger brother joked that it was nice to be reunited with his siblings after taking time to focus on a solo effort, Nick Jonas and the Administration. "I haven't talked to my brothers in a while," Nick laughed.

"He's been doing the side project," Joe said. "Takes up all of his time." All jokes about their "reunion" aside, the bandmates talked about how great it was to be included in the day's festivities, especially for a foundation whose work reaches those in need.

"We're really excited today to be a part of [this]," Kevin said. "[The] T.J. Martell Foundation is allowing us to be here and play a show, and we haven't played a show in a while. So that's always exciting for us, and I think it's going to be a good time."

In spite of their various individual projects, Kevin added that the brothers are always up for the chance play together. "We were onstage ... the last time was the Houston rodeo [in March], and it was just a nice thing to be back onstage together," he said. "And we'll have fun. It's a short set today, but we're gonna rock out and have a good time!"

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