Joe looked seriously bummed as he headed to a recording studio in LA on Oct 10. After the cancellation of the Jo Bros’ tour on Oct. 9, due to creative differences, it’s not surprising that he was solo!
It seems that Joe Jonas is just as upset as his fans are about the Jonas Brothers‘ canceled tour. The guys pulled the plug just two days before the tour was set to begin! Since he was photographed going to the recording studio alone, the brothers’ relationship might be more damaged then we thought!
Joe Jonas Upset About Canceled Jonas Brothers Tour
When Joe stepped out in LA on Oct. 10, he seemed pretty lonely.
The pop singer, 24, left the Soho House in West Hollywood, looking like he had a lot on his mind. He wore a shiny blue jacket and a hat pulled low across his forehead.
He kept his eyes on the ground, and then headed to a recording studio — alone.
With the canceled tour probably on his mind, we wonder if this will affect the band’s album slated for release this year. The Jonas Brother’s fifth studio album, V, doesn’t have a specific drop date yet.
Since Joe was photographed going to the studio alone, presumably to work on V, it might be a long time before the album is released!
The Jonas Brothers’ Tour Cancellation ‘Isn’t As Bad As It Sounds’
The brothers were scheduled to begin a 19-day tour of the US and Canada on Oct. 11. Due to creative differences, the brothers cancelled their much-anticipated tour on Oct.9.
“It really isn’t as bad as things sound,” Jesse told us. “Now that they can make more decisions about their career, they are taking it super seriously because they want to be around 30 years from now. So canceling a tour to get their s**t together will pay off handsomely in their future. They are not going to break up.”
But things were obviously brewing before the big announcement.
Joe spoke with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Oct. 6, revealing his feelings on the band’s music.
“There are days that are tough. You try to relive what what we used to be, but you have to remind yourself that it’s a different music. It’s a different vibe. We are our own bosses these days and have to build our own relationships and businesses and continue to craft our sound, and not just be a band that plays to a certain market,” he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Hopefully, V will be released this year. We know it will be worth the wait!
But let’s just hope the boys are able to stick it out and work through their creative differences.
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— Jordan Clifford