Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Joe Jonas dreams of ‘Branson adventure’

Joe Jonas

Joe Jonas would love to spend a day adventuring with Sir Richard Branson.

The 23-year-old member of the Jonas Brothers has just finished recording the group's fifth album.

While he's achieved many of his career goals already, Joe’s got personal aspirations he's yet to fulfil.

"[I would] go on an adventure with Sir Richard Branson," Joe laughed to Teen Vogue when asked about his dream day. "While I've certainly achieved a lot of my dreams, one dream I still have is to one day win a Grammy Award with my brothers. I would also love to perform at the Grammys again."

The band of siblings, which also includes Kevin and Nick, explore more complicated subjects on their forthcoming release.

In addition to premiering a new track, Joe has been busy planning their summer tour.

He says the best advice he can give to others wanting to match his success is to keep on trying.

"Practice makes perfect!" he exclaimed. "I know it sounds cliché, but it's really true. Also, you can never do enough. Personally, my brothers and I always said yes to any opportunity that came our way and any chance to perform, and we always practiced and tried to get better to help us reach our dreams."

Joe’s fans can expect variety from the Jonas Brothers' new album.

He doesn't want to influence people's opinions, but he personally thinks they've done a great job.

"I'm really excited for our fans to hear the next album, which we've been working on for the last year," he gushed. "We had our hand in writing all of the music, and Nick produced the whole album. I like it when people are able to come up with their own personal feelings about the new music, but what I can say is that we incorporated a lot of instruments on this new album and that there is a lot of range. Some songs are more rock; others are a bit more broken down."

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