The Jonas Brothers Canceled Tour
The Jonas Brothers cancelled their tour two days before it was scheduled to begin, due to conflicts between the brothers.
Although the group enjoyed a successful summer, and although reports have claimed it's not for personal reasons, it seems that the trio cancelled their autumn tour, which was supposed to start on October 11, for personal reasons.
“There is a deep rift within the band,” spokesman Jesse Derris told People magazine. “There was a big a disagreement over their music direction.”
The group’s spokesman also declared that ticket holders will have their money refunded, and that he doesn’t know what will happen to the group in the future. “It remains to be seen,” Derris added.
The three brothers have sold over 20 million albums worldwide so far. They have been involved in individual projects as well. Kevin and his wife Danielle were the protagonists of a reality show called Married to Jonas, while Nick and Joe tried their luck at releasing solo albums and acting.
Although the Jonas Brothers released a new project this year, which was received well by their fans, it is unclear if they will continue singing together.
Another rumored reason for the tour cancellation was related to Kevin and Danielle expecting a baby.