As frontman of the Jonas Brothers, Joe Jonas became a multi-platinum pop star while still in his teens. The band started off as a solo project for Joe's younger brother, Nick, who acted in several Broadway shows before signing a record contract with INO Records in 2004. Joe, who'd already done some Broadway acting of his own, helped write several songs on Nick's debut album. Those tracks eventually wound their way onto the desk of Columbia Records president Steve Greenberg, who decided to shelve Nick's solo career and promote the three Jonas siblings as a pop band instead.
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