Nick Jonas Wants to Focus on Music and Broadway; Appears in First Solo Gig Since Break-Up
Last week, BWW reported that the Jonas Brothers had confirmed reports that they would be breaking up for good. The New Jersey-based brothers appeared on ABC's Good Morning America to explain to their fans the reasons behind their decision, which came three weeks after they canceled their concert tour, citing a "deep rift" in the band.
Less than one week later, Nick Jonas treated fans to his first solo gig on Sunday, Nov. 3, singing the Avicii hit "Wake Me Up" at Live In The Vineyard in Napa Valley, CaliF. Earlier that day the 21-year-old tweeted, "Wine and music tonight. Who's coming to Live in The Vineyard tonight?"
A source told E! News exclusively that "there are no personal issues" between the siblings. "They just all wanted different things. They love each other. They always will," adding, "Nick wants to focus on music and Broadway."
Jonas also encouraged fans to watch the new trailer for his upcoming film 'Careful What You Wish For,' hitting theaters in 2014. "Hey everybody.. Go check out the 1'st teaser for the movie I did earlier this year Careful What You Wish For," he posted yesterday afternoon.
Check out the trailer below!
Beyond his musical career with The Jonas Brothers and as a solo musician, Nick Jonas has starred in the Broadway musicals "Les Miserables," "Beauty and the Beast," "Annie Get Your Gun," "A Christmas Carol" and the lead role in "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying." In addition, Jonas starred in the lead role in the West End production of "Les Miserables" in London and starred in the Los Angeles stage production of Hairspray. Jonas' television credits include "Mr. Sunshine," "Last Man Standing" and "Smash."