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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Goodbye My Loves

I have decided to let this site go. I have come to a point in my life where I feel that it is time for me to move on from this site and my other site JB Move On Fansite.  I will continue to be a Jonas fan and support the boys in every thing they do. Whether it be together or individually. 

I will leave the sites open. However I will not be updating them any more. I know people would like to take over for me. And I have considered it.  But it boils down to me being too selfish. The truth is I have done it by myself the whole time. I have a certain way I like things to be done and I can't stand the thought of someone else running JB Move On Fansite or Kevin Jonas Central. 

I love you all! Don't forget the take a breath.


Jonas Brothers sharing love with fans outside GMA

Kevin Jonas: I wasn't contributing to the music the way I should have

People Magazine The Jonas Brothers Break-Up: A Sort of Shut-Off Happened

When the moment came to break up the Jonas Brothers on Oct. 3, Nick Jonas tells PEOPLE that he went "into a bit of trance."

"You prep a million ways," says Nick, 21. But once he admitted to his brothers how he felt, that he wasn't sure the band could continue as it was, "there was sort of a shut-off that happened. It took some time, about 24 hours or so, before we could really talk about it."

On Tuesday came the exclusive announcement to PEOPLE that, as a professional music team, the sibling trio are "over for now."

At first, Joe, 24, and Kevin, 25, said they were shocked by what went down.

"Kevin and I thought we were going into a meeting about releasing some of the music we'd been working on," says Joe. Instead, Nick told them he was considering calling it quits.

Joe says he didn't say much at first, but Kevin and Nick talked late into the night. By the next morning, the brothers began to speak openly, in a way they never had before.

"There were tears and yelling from everybody," admits Nick.

But, adds Kevin, "It was the most real, the most intense conversation that we've had in our lives together."

Ultimately, the brothers decided, the best way to save their personal relationship was to break up the band. "Prioritizing our family is really important to us," says Nick.

"We're choosing our family because it was becoming toxic," says Kevin, who admits his relationship with his brothers was suffering, in part, because his focus was elsewhere.

"I wasn't contributing to the music the way I should have," says Kevin, who, admittedly, is more interested in the business side of things.

For more on the Jonas Brothers' decision to call it quits, including Joe's reaction to false reports he had drug problem, pick up this week's issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

3 Jonas Brothers fans to be pick to talk to the guys on The J Show on B96 Chicago 10/30/13

@JShowChicago Ok so…there's a TON of talk going on about the JoBros….and I know you all have LOTS of questions…so here's the deal...

@JShowChicago The Morning show has ???s too…so tomorrow, the guys have agreed to talk to fans about whats going on

@JShowChicago So what are YOUR question for the guys, because here is the "POTENTIALLY" AWESOME NEWS….

@JShowChicago I would LIKE to pick 3 BIG FANS to talk to the guys tomorrow on our show. I'm trying HARD to make this happen. In the meantime…

@JShowChicago Follow tweet ur questions…we'll also take some calls in the AM to 312 591 9696…3 fans, 3 questions, on , JoBros….go…

@JShowChicago You can be from ANY city, any state, Any COUNTRY. stream us live here > or download app

@JShowChicago Interview time….still figuring it out. airs on from 5:30a - 10a central time. Start planning if ur not in Chicago

Jonas Brothers Break Up Details Behind Their Split!

E! News/ Jonas Brothers Break Up: All the Exclusive Details Behind Their Split!

The Jonas Brothers may not be making music together anymore, but fans of the siblings can rest assured, there are no hard feelings between the talented trio.

So what went wrong between the band of brothers, who have officially called it quits less than three weeks after they canceled their fall tour due to "a deep rift within the band"?

"There are no personal issues," a source exclusively tells E! News. "They just all wanted different things. They love each other. They always will."

The pop stars made the official announcement on Tuesday, Oct. 29, with Joe telling People magazine that it was a "unanimous decision"

"It's really hard to say 'forever,'" Nick told the mag. "We're closing a chapter, for sure."
As for what Nick, 21, Kevin, 25, and Joe, 24, are planning to focus on now that they are putting their days as the JoBros in the past?

"Joe wants to do acting and art and his own music," the source shares. "He's passionate and has his own set of goals."

Meanwhile, Kevin, who is expecting his first child, a baby girl, with wife Danielle, is busy doting on his pregnant wife and focusing on fatherhood.

NEWS: More details on the Jonas Brothers break-up

"Kevin wants to focus on being a dad," the insider explains. "He can't wait for Danielle to have their baby. His priorities have changed."
As for the youngest Jonas?

"Nick wants to focus on music and Broadway," the source reveals (he previously appeared in the Broadway revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying back in 2012).

And despite Joe recently being seen with Demi Lovato's recovery manager Mike Bayer, the source insists to E! News that the "rumors about Joe having any substance abuse problems are totally false. He is fine and he's the sweetest kid ever."

Happy to hear it!

But while the JoBros may no longer be taking the stage together, it seems that they will still show each other the same love and support as they embark upon their own individual endeavors.

"They have different career aspirations now. They are not the same people they used to be," the source reveals. "Family comes first which is why this was the best decision for them as brothers."

For more info on the JoBros split, be sure to tune in to E! News tonight at 7:00 and 11:30 p.m.!

Are you sad to hear the JoBros have called it quits? Tell us in the comments here!

You can watch the Jonas Brothers speak out on the split on GMA 10/30/13

The Jonas Brothers Officially Call It Quits

The Jonas Brothers are no more -- at least for now.

A few weeks after they canceled their 19-day tour because of a "creative rift in the band," the three brothers told People magazine they are officially breaking up.
All three brothers weighed in.

"It's over for now," Kevin Jonas, 25, told the magazine.
"It's really hard to say 'forever,'" added Nick Jonas, 21. "We're closing a chapter, for sure."
"It was a unanimous decision," Joe said.

Read: The Jonas Brothers Cancel Tour Because of 'A Creative Rift'

Apparently, Nick Jonas, although the youngest in the group, was the first to voice worries about the band's future.
"I was feeling kind of trapped," he said. "I needed to share my heart with my brothers."
Kevin Jonas announced at the end of August that he and wife Danielle were expecting a baby girl. The band's rep said on Oct. 9, when the band announced the cancelation of its tour, that the impending baby has nothing to do with the band's troubles.

Related: Joe Jonas Asks Fans for Patience

The New Jersey-born brothers, who formed the band in 2005 and starred in 2010's "Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream," were nominated for a Grammy Award in 2008 for Best New Artist.

You can watch the Jonas Brothers speak out on the split on "Good Morning America" tomorrow at 7 a.m. ET on ABC. 

Kevin Jonas: It's over for now

 People.com Jonas Brothers: 'It's Over For Now'

Nearly three weeks after the Jonas Brothers announced they were canceling their tour due to a "deep rift within the band," the brothers tell PEOPLE that they've decided to call it quits.

"It's over for now," Kevin Jonas says.

"It's really hard to say 'forever,' " says Nick. "We're closing a chapter, for sure."

"It was a unanimous decision," says Joe.

Keep up with Jonas Brothers in the pages of PEOPLE Magazine by subscribing now.

It came after a meeting on Oct. 3, where Nick Jonas confessed to his brothers that he had serious concerns about the future of the band.

"I was feeling kind of trapped," he said. "I needed to share my heart with my brothers."

For more on the Jonas Brothers' decision to call it quits, including Joe's reaction to false reports he had drug problem, pick up this week's issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

Monday, October 28, 2013

Celeb birthdays

Nov. 5: Actress Elke Summer is 73. Singer Art Garfunkel is 72. Actor-playwright Sam Shepard is 70. Singer Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits is 66. Actor Robert Patrick is 55. Singer Bryan Adams is 54. Actress Tilda Swinton is 53. Actress-singer Andrea McArdle is 50. Actress Tatum O'Neal is 50. Singer Angelo Moore of Fishbone is 48. Actress Judy Reyes ("Scrubs") is 46. Keyboardist Mark Hunter of James is 45. Country singers Jennifer and Heather Kinley of The Kinleys are 43. Guitarist-keyboardist Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead is 42. Actor Corin Nemec ("Parker Lewis Can't Lose") is 42. Singer-guitarist Ryan Adams is 39. Guitarist Kevin Jonas of The Jonas Brothers is 26.

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/10/28/5858811/celeb-birthdays-for-the-week-of.html#storylink=cpy