The Jonas Brothers are back! After six years of going their separate ways to explore their individual creative interests, Kevin, Joe and Nick have reunited with a new album and tour.
“This is definitely our best music ever,” says Joe, about their "Happiness Begins" album.

The brothers, who grew to become one of the most popular pop bands in the mid-2000s, parted ways in 2013 but say they’re now ready to perform alongside one another again.
“We’ve set in place some ground rules to ensure that it will be a healthy experience,” Nick tells Dr. Phil on his Phil in the Blanks podcast.
In the video above, hear Dr. Phil’s advice for the trio, who sat down with him for their first real interview since reuniting.
On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, watch more from the podcast, and find out who initiated their split – and why. Check here to see where you can watch. 

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Jonas Brothers Reveal Why They Split Up Six Years Ago

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