The fate of the Jonas Brothers as a group remains unclear, as the trio cancels their fall tour, which is set to start Friday in Pennsylvania, over musical disagreements.
After headlining a successful summer tour, brothers Kevin, Joe and Nick scheduled 19 dates through November 6 to complement their upcoming album V. Confirming the news of the cancelled dates, Angela Burke of Derris & Company told USA Today: “This stems from creative differences.”
According to People magazine, an argument over the weekend led to the tour’s cancelation. A rep for the band said it was due to “a deep rift within the band. There was a big disagreement over their music direction.”
Aside from announcing that tickets for the fall tour will be refunded, no other details have been announced. Nick, Joe and Kevin has been promoting their upcoming tour and album as recently as October 7, but it had been apparent for a while now that each ‘brother’ is pursuing solo projects and interests.
The rep further tells People that the future of the band “remains to be seen.”
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