Jonas Brothers cancel tour, including Greensburg stop
The Jonas Brothers have canceled their upcoming tour over creative differences.
Brothers Joe, Kevin and Nick were scheduled to begin their 19-date tour Oct. 11 in Upper Darby, Pa. The tour included a stop Oct. 26 at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg. Spokesman Jesse Derris confirmed the cancellation and said fans can get a refund at the point of purchase.
The group tweeted about the tour as recently as Oct. 8, posting a picture of a poster for the Upper Darby stop.
The New Jersey trio shot to fame in 2007 with the release of their self-titled debut. They were one of pop music's biggest successes with TV shows and a Grammy nomination. They had been scheduled to release their first album since 2009 soon, but the future of that project is unclear.
People magazine first reported the cancellation.
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