An Evening With The Jonas Brothers

Benefiting the GRAMMY Museum’s Music Education Initiatives

The GRAMMY Museum will welcome GRAMMY-nominated trio the Jonas Brothers for a special program benefiting the Museum’s education initiatives. The evening will include an in depth conversation with the Jonas Brothers moderated by Scott Goldman, followed by an intimate performance. In addition, the GRAMMY Museum will host an exclusive LA pop-up store for the Jonas Brothers Happiness Begins tour from October 7 through November 3. Attendees will have a chance to visit the store on the night of the program. 


The preeminent male group of this century, Jonas Brothers opened the floodgates for a new era of titans in pop music. Following a six-year hiatus, Jonas Brothers took 2019 by storm with the surprise release of their critically acclaimed and widely successful single “Sucker.” “Sucker” debuted at number 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100, becoming the first #1 for the band and the first #1 debut from a group this century.  The song was a cultural phenomenon this summer, dominating at #1 on the Billboard Pop Songs chart, where it led for eight weeks, and has remained Top 10 for 23 weeks and counting.


Making history once more, the band released their platinum selling album, Happiness Begins, which debuted at #1 upon its release, marking the biggest opening by a group in three years.  The album became the third #1 album of the Jonas Brother’s career and represented a landmark moment for the group and pop at large as they retain the place at the top of the charts they claimed a decade ago.


Most recently, the band took home a 2019 MTV Video Music Award for “Best Pop Video,” and two 2019 Teen Choice Awards for “Artist Of The Decade” and “Choice Summer Group.” They are currently on their sold-out Happiness Begins Tour with special guests Bebe Rexha and Jordan McGraw.