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Music Videos

The Jonas Brothers has released a total of 20 music videos ranging from 2005-2010.


  • Mandy

Mandy” is the first single from the American pop band Jonas Brothers from their debut album It’s About Time. It was released as a single on December 27, 2005. The song had a 3 part video and made it to #4 on TRL. It was later released as a single video.

Youtube LinkMandy


  • Poor Unfortunate Souls

The Jonas Brothers covered “Poor Unfortunate Souls” for the Little Mermaid two-disc special special edition of the soundtrack, released on October 3, 2006 to correspond with the two-disk The Little Mermaid Platinum Edition DVD. The Special Edition Soundtrack includes a music video for the song, where the boys are singing around a public swimming pool.

Youtube Link: Poor Unfortunate Souls

  • American Dragon Theme Song

The Jonas Brothers sang the theme song for Disney’s Original Series American Dragon Season 2. The music video was aired on Disney Channel.

Youtube Link: American Dragon Theme Song


  • Year 3000

Jonas Brothers covered “Year 3000” in 2006. To make their version more kid-friendly, some of the more sexually suggestive lyrics were removed. To appeal to the younger audience, their version says that the Jonas Brothers’ seventh album outsold Kelly Clarkson instead of Michael Jackson.

After the song’s release in early 2007, the song debuted at #40 on the Billboard Hot 100. “Year 3000” was the group’s first single to chart and their first Top 40 hit. The song eventually peaked at #31.

The group’s cover was the first single they released under Hollywood Records, and it was the only song Hollywood received distribution rights to after the group was dropped from Columbia. Hollywood re-released the song on the group’s next album, Jonas Brothers and “Year 3000” was the lead single.

Youtube Link:Year 3000

  • Kids of The Future

The Jonas Brothers did a music video for “Kids of The Future” which is part of the soundtrack for the movie “Meet the Robinsons”. The song was never featured in the movie, but it was listed in the soundtrack. The music video premiered later on Disney Channel.

Youtube Link: Kids of The Future

  • I Wan’na Be Like You

The song was orginally from the Jungle Book soundtrack. In 2007, a pop rock cover was recorded by the Jonas Brothers for Disneymania 5.

Youtube Link: I Wan’na Be Like You

  • Hold On

Hold On” is a song by American pop band Jonas Brothers. The song was released as the band’s first single from their self-titled second album in 2007. The iTunes music store named this single as #3 on their “Best of the Store” Playlist on August 7, 2007.

Youtube Link: Hold On

  • S.O.S

S.O.S” is a song by American pop band Jonas Brothers. The song was released as the band’s second single from Jonas Brothers, their second studio album, in 2007. It was also their debut single in Europe in May 2008 and in UK in early June 2008.

The video was filmed in June 2007 on the British Queen Mary cruise liner, located in Long Beach, California. It premiered in early August on the Disney Channel. It also features a cameo by Moises Arias. The Jonas Brothers have said that the boat was “kind of creepy” and that they liked to try and scare each other while aboard it.

Youtube Link: S.O.S


  • When You Look Me In The Eyes

The music video premiered on January 25, 2008 on the Disney Channel, and on April 20, 2008 on Disney Channel Asia. It shows the Jonas Brothers playing the song during a concert and footage of their personal lives. The video features the brothers’ younger brother, Frankie Jonas, and is in black-and-white. The Disney Channel edit of the video features fans holding up a different sign from the one featured in the edit of the video released elsewhere. The video includes pieces filmed by Joe.

Youtube Link: When You Look Me In The Eyes

  • Burnin’ Up

The music video for “Burnin’ Up” premiered after the premiere of the Disney Channel Original Movie Camp Rock on Disney Channel as well as ABC on June 21, 2008. In the video, the brothers read over a potential video treatment and imagine how the video would play out, in which they are portrayed as action stars. Nick as James Bond, Joe as a Sonny Crockett parody, and Kevin as a Kung Fu master. Cameos in the video include Selena Gomez, David Carradine, Robert Davi, and Danny Trejo. The video was directed by The Malloys. The video was nominated for Video of the Year at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards But lost to Britney Spears Piece Of Me

Youtube Link: Burnin’Up

  • Lovebug

Directed by Philip Andelman (who has directed music videos for John Mayer and Demi Lovato), is a period piece that depicts the love story between a young woman and a sailor as he is preparing to deploy to war. Kevin Jonas said that The Notebook was one of the inspirations for the video.

Kevin, Joe and Nick portray multiple characters, including members of a ballroom band. A sweeping dance number, vintage wardrobe and cars bring the Jonas Brothers’ vision to life. Camilla Belle and Josh Boswell also star.

The music video depicts two children browsing through a photo album that is based in the early 1940s. It zooms into the pictures from the album in which they come to life. On the video is a tale of two lovers with the Brothers acting as their “guardian angels”. Then all the men are called off to war. The video ends in a ballroom with an epic dance extravaganza, where the couple are dancing, and the Jonas Brothers performing as a ballroom band. As the song ends, the photo album closes, ending the video.

Youtube Link: Lovebug


  • Tonight

The music video for “Tonight,” was directed by Bruce Hendricks, director of Walt Disney Studios’ Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience. It contains scenes from the 3D movie, including concert and backstage footage along with interaction with fans.

Youtube Link: Tonight

  • Love Is On Its Way

The music video was filmed in Central Park, New York and was featured in the Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.

Youtube Link: Love Is On Its Way

  • BB Good

The music video for “BB Good” was filmed to promote the Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience. It contains scenes from the 3D movie, including concert and backstage footage along with interaction with fans.

Youtube Link: BB Good

  • Paranoid

The music video was directed by the Malloys, who also directed the video for the their song “Burnin’ Up”. The video premiered on May 23, 2009 on Disney Channel.

The music video opens with Joe, Nick and Kevin sitting in three chairs in an empty warehouse, where they turn to each other but each brother switches seats suddenly. Then it shows scenes of all the brothers on their own. Kevin is in a room full of his clones, Joe goes up a ladder in a hotel hallway and finds himself in a wrestling ring and Nick opens a door in the hotel and is lost in a desert where his car comes and he starts driving. Once he is crossing the desert he notices a girl in a car beside him, pointing him back on the road. Nick suddenly runs into a door, and he awakens from a dream. Joe and Kevin ask Nick if he’s okay then notice two wrestlers and the girl in his car, who seem to have suddenly appeared, with numerous Kevin clones running towards them. This is all shown with scenes of the brothers playing in the warehouse from the opening. The music video was released on iTunes on May 26, 2009, and can now be found on Youtube.

Youtube Link: Paranoid

  • Fly With Me

Fly with Me” is the second single by American pop rock band Jonas Brothers from their fourth studio album Lines, Vines and Trying Times. It was released on June 9, 2009, through Hollywood Records. The song was featured in the film Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, in which the Brothers provided voiceover work. It was written by the group and their bassist, Greg Garbowsky.

The music video premiered on the Disney Channel on June 7, 2009 and was uploaded to Hollywood Records’ YouTube account on the same night. It features footage of the group rehearsing the song, and is intercut with backstage “behind-the-scenes” video clips.

Youtube Link: Fly With Me

  • Send It On

Send It On” is a pop song performed by American recording artists Demi Lovato, Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez. The group, billed as “Disney’s Friends For Change” stems from Disney’s environmental initiative of the same name.

The music video begins with Cyrus and Nick Jonas sitting on the edge of a dark stage where the youngest Jonas, also playing the acoustic guitar, and Cyrus sing the first verse. The video then changes to the two walking onto the brightly lighted stage, singing the chorus, and then being joined by Lovato and Joe Jonas who sing the second verse. The entire group is then shown on the stage as they sing the chorus. Kevin and Joe Jonas then remove a curtain covering the background of stage to reveal a sky-painted backdrop in which Gomez and the elder Jonas proceed to sing the third verse. The ending of the video follows the entire group running out of a large stage door and through a “park-like” setting while finishing the song. A crowd of minors also begin running behind the group. The video ends with the group jumping onto and sitting on a couch in the middle of the park with the crowd stopping in the background.

Youtube Link: Send It On

  • Keep It Real

The song “Keep It Real” was written by Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas and Kevin Jonas, the members of the band. As well as all the other songs on the album, it was produced by John Fields. The song is included as a bonus track on the album, it also has a subtitle that says “from the Original TV Series JONAS”.

The music video first aired on Disney Channel on September 6, 2009 at 8:55 pm. The release of the music video was announced via Twitter. The music video features the band playing the song. It is also inter cut with scenes of the show.

Youtube Link: Keep It Real

  • Bounce

Bounce” is a non-official music video produced by the Jonas Brothers. The video was filmed in Toronto, Canada along with some of the cast of Camp Rock 2 including Demi Lovato. Also, Big Rob makes a special apperance in the video. The music is said to been produced by Nick Jonas. In the video, Nick Jonas and Joe Jonas were dressed up as someone other than themselves. The video has garnered many positive reviews and almost 2 million hits on Youtube.

Youtube Link: Bounce


  • Who I Am

Who I Am” is the first single of the album and also has an official music video by Nick Jonas & The Administration.  Nick Jonas first performed this song live during the Grammy Nominations Concert in 2009.

Youtube Link: Who I Am


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