The Jonas Brothers were honored after receiving their first Grammy award nomination. The sibling pop trio talked with ‘The Early Show’ co-host Julie Chen about what happened after they heard the news and which musicians they ran into. “It was unbelievable,” Nick Jonas said. “We all realize we are young guys and to be nominated in this category is an honor… We are so thankful and honored to just be recognized.” Kevin added, “It was awesome. I just couldn’t hold it in. It was just incredible, overwhelming. To hear your name among the other amazing nominees is an honor and a true pleasure.” Watch the interview below the cut.
Jonas Brothers Shocked & Honored By Grammy Nomination
AOL Music’s PopEater spoke with Nick Jonas at the Grammy nominations concert on Wednesday night in Los Angeles, where the sibling trio’s youngest member talked about their nomination for best new artist. “We look to our fans to see where we are and where we’ve been,” he said. “We’re still shocked to be nominated. It’s an honor to be nominated. So many amazing moments this year, this puts it over the edge.” The Jonas Brothers are up against Duffy, Adele, Jazmine Sullivan and Lady Antebellum. Read more.
Jonas Brothers Book Signing At Barnes & Noble In New York
Popstar! Magazine has footage of the Jonas Brothers shutting down the Fifth Avenue Barnes & Noble in New York City on November 28th to sign copies of their new book ‘Burning Up: On Tour With The Jonas Brothers’. The sibling pop trio were seen posing for photographers holding the book before signing the book and shaking fans’ hands. Watch footage via YouTube below.