Jonas Brothers To Receive Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Trio Says It’s “Such A Honor”

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will be crediting the Jonas Brothers with Hollywood’s greatest honor, an official star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. On Monday, January 30th, the trio will be rewarded the 2,745th star on the Walk of…

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Posted on January 29, 2023

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The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will be crediting the Jonas Brothers with Hollywood’s greatest honor, an official star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

On Monday, January 30th, the trio will be rewarded the 2,745th star on the Walk of Fame in the category of recording. For almost two decades, the hit-making band of brothers have created a household name for themselves as a unit and as individual artists.

“We’re so honored to be able to welcome the Jonas Brothers to the Hollywood Walk of Fame,” Ana Martinez, Producer of the Hollywood Walk of Fame shared in a press release. “The fans will be thrilled when they find out that their favorite group will be having their star placed on the Walk of Fame where they can actually touch the star and pose with it. The group has been gracing us with music for more than fifteen years, and have made waves as musicians, actors and overall entertainers” added Martinez.

The Jonas Brothers’ Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony, which will stream live at walkoffame.com, will take place on Monday, January 30 at 11:30 AM PST at 7060 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California. 

The New Jersey natives candidly put their stamp on the mid-to-late 2000s, starting their career as young teenage boys who rose to fame as some of Disney Channel’s most memorable stars in their hit movies Camp Rock (2007) and Camp Rock 2 (2010), and their own series Jonas (2009). Throughout their time on the big screen, the trio released their highly celebrated and now nostalgic albums: It’s About Time (2006), Jonas Brothers (2007), A Little Bit Longer (2008) and Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009).

The brothers’ prevailing successes continued as Nick and Joe Jonas went on to create individually critically-acclaimed projects. In 2014, Nick’s self-titled album, Nick Jonas, prompted the triple-platinum “Jealous,” double-platinum “Chains,” and gold-certified “Levels.” Two years later in 2016, his album, Last Year Was Complicated, brought in billions of streams with his song “Close (feat. Tove Lo).” Joe Jonas still holds the frontline position to the multi-platinum group DNCE, who also released their iconic Top 10 hit “Cake By The Ocean.”

After a six-year hiatus, the group left their worldwide fans astounded with the news of their return— dropping their triple-platinum single “Sucker” which debuted as the band’s first ever No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Following their 2019 album, Happiness Begins, the boys took home a plethora of trophies in the categories of “Top Duo/Group,” “Top Radio Songs Artist,” and “Top Radio Song” for “Sucker” at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards, a 2019 MTV VMA for “Best Pop Video,” “Best Duo/Group” at the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards, and two Teen Choice Awards, including the prestigious “Decade Award.”

In 2021, they joined forces with Marshmello to create another chart topping single titled “Leave Before You Love Me.” Soon after, the band dropped their smash hit “Remember This” in partnership with NBCUniversal for the Tokyo Olympics which prompted the REMEMBER THIS Tour alongside Kelsea Ballerini.

Outside of the Jonas Brothers’ reboot, the boys are still enjoying their individual projects. Joe Jonas celebrated his first major role on the silver screen in Sony’s American biographical war film, Devotion, and wrote the original track “Not Alone” for the movie’s soundtrack. Kevin Jonas is the host for his series on ABC’s Claim to Fame and has most recently become an author with the upcoming release of his first children’s book with his wife Danielle.

The trio is planning to release more music in 2023 and will be going on tour later in the year.

“So the album is done [and] we’re very excited about it. We’re kind of in that planning moment, planning the campaign, the album, the single, like all the things,” he added. Nick also teased that the album will be an “evolution of the sound that’s really natural for us,” Nick said during a recent appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Additionally, Jonas Brothers will return to Las Vegas in February during Presidents Day weekend (Feb. 17-19) for a run of shows at Dolby Live at Park MGM.

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Arielle Markowicz is a freelance writer with a bachelor’s degree in Music Business from Belmont University. Throughout her schooling career, she interned for Essential Broadcast Media and several other public relations and marketing firms in the music industry. In her free time, Markowicz enjoys traveling, attending country music concerts, reading and spending time with friends.

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