In a time where a few musicians are touring, the Jonas Brothers were one of the few that went on tour. The band embarked on their “Remember This Tour” 44 stop United States tour that began on August 20 in Las Vegas, Nevada. In their tour the fan announced that all who attended needed to present proof of their COVID-19 vaccination or prood of a recent negative COVID test. While many fans were able to attend their show, many fans were also left out of the live performances. Now, the band has releasd a behind the look docuseries on their tour called Moments Between the Moments.
All you need to know about the new Jonas Brothers docuseries
While the new Jonas Brothers docuseries is not a live concert series, it is promised to be an in depth series on the past months for the band. Fans can watch it alone or with friends through Facebook Messenger, Facebook Warch, or Instagram. Fans will be excited to know it will run the entire month with new episodes. The first episode premiered on Tuesday and focused on the band’s October performance at Boston’s Fenway Park.
When speaking to People about the new behind-the-scenes series, Kevin told the publication: “It’s a fun way for us to kind of show our fans who we are more as people every single day as we’re growing, as we’re changing, as we’re learning who we are and figuring out ourselves as we continue to grow.”
With the group co-existing since 2005, every look into their creation, existence, development, and implementation, definitely is more than enough. With so many fans being limited to attend live shows this year, hearing that there are small performance segments will also bring excitement to the series.
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