The band Jonas Brothers was formed by three brothers, Nick, Joe, and Kevin. The oldest is Kevin. He was born on 5 November 1987. Joe was born on 15 August 1989, and Nick on 16 September 1992. The band started out as a solo Christian music project by six-year-old Nick. He recorded songs and appeared on Broadway.
In 2001, Nick recorded a single "Joy To The World (A Christmas Prayer)”, which appeared on the Christian Radio thanks to the label, INO Records. The song quickly became popular and brought Nick an offer from Columbia Records. With the label’s assistance, the young artist recorded a new single “Dear God”. The debut LP was due to appear soon after the release of the song. But it was delayed. Eventually, it came out in 2004 and got the name, Nicholas Jonas.
In 2005, the new executive director of Columbia Records heard Nick’s debut album and invited him to audition. Nick came with his two brothers and sang, “Please Be Mine”. They did such a good job that got an offer immediately. Initially, the young artists called the band Sons Of Jonas but later changed the name to Jonas Brothers.
The same year, brothers headlined tours of such celebrities as George Michael, The Click Five, and Backstreet Boys. Then they performed with The Cheetah Girls and Aly & AJ. To record the debut LP, It’s About Time, Jonas Brothers worked with famous producers. The album was expected to be released in February 2006, but it was delayed several times.