Jonas Brothers will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Jonas Brothers will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

The Jonas Brothers will receive the Hollywood Walk of Fame’s highest distinction, an official star, according to the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.

The group will get the 2,745th star in the category of recording on the Walk of Fame on Monday, January 30. The hit-producing trio of brothers has been making waves for 20 years, both as a group and as separate musicians.

According to a press statement from Ana Martinez, producer of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, “We’re extremely thrilled to be able to welcome the Jonas Brothers to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.”

The Hollywood Walk of Fame of Jonas Brothers will take place on January 30 at 11:30 AM PST at 7060 Hollywood Boulevard in California’s Hollywood and will be broadcast live on

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The New Jersey natives, who began their careers as young adolescent boys and became some of Disney Channel’s most well-known performers in their blockbuster films 2007’s Camp Rock, 2010’s  Camp Rock 2, and their own series 2009’s  Jonas, undoubtedly left their mark on the mid-to-late 2000s (2009).

The group’s acclaimed and now-reminiscential albums, 2006’s  It’s About Time, 2007’s Jonas Brothers, 2008’s A Little Bit Longer, and 2009’s  Lines, Vines, and Trying Times, were all published during their time on the big screen.

As Nick and Joe Jonas went on to produce individually well-regarded ventures, the Jonas brothers’ prevailing achievements persisted. Double-platinum “Chains,”  “Jealous” ( Triple-platinum), and gold-certified “Levels” were all created from Nick Jonas’ self-titled album in 2014.

His “Last Year Was Complicated”  album’s song, “Close (feat. Tove Lo),”  garnered billions of streams in 2016, two years after the song’s release. The multi-platinum ensemble DNCE also released their enduring Top 10 song, “Cake By The Ocean,” and Joe Jonas continues to play the lead role.

The trio, which had been away for six years, shocked their global fan base when they announced their comeback and released  “Sucker,” the triple-platinum single, which debuted as the band’s first-ever No. 1 on the Hot 100 charts of the U.S Billboard.

The boys received numerous honors after the release of their 2019 album, Happiness Begins:

  • Two Teen Choice Awards, one of which was the coveted “Decade Award,” 
  • “Best Radio Song” for “Sucker” at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards,
  •  “Best Duo/Group” at the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards, 
  • 2019 MTV VMA for “Best Pop Video.”

They collaborated with Marshmello in 2021 to produce “Leave Before You Love Me,” another number-one single. Soon after, the group released their hit single “Remember This” in support of the Tokyo Olympics in collaboration with NBCUniversal, which sparked the REMEMBER THIS Tour with Kelsea Ballerini.

The group intends to tour later in 2023 and create new music.

The Jonas Brothers will return to Las Vegas in February for a string of performances at Dolby Live at Park MGM over Presidents Day weekend (Feb. 17–19).

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