Joe Jonas runs across the street in Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon (February 12).
The 23-year-old musician grabbed a bite to eat with a pal for lunch at Bossa Nova.
Joe just returned from Minneapolis where he and brothers Nick and Kevin made a special announcement for Free The Children.
They’ll be performing at the event, in Minneapolis, this year in October.
Meanwhile, Kevin and Danielle Jonas spent last week pimping Valentine's Day stamps for the USPS, and Kevin talked about how his wife inspired his part on the Jonas Brothers new album.
Kevin Jonas explains how wife inspired new music
The Jonas Brothers are back.
Not only is the boy band set to hit the road again in February, but they will also finally drop their follow-up to 2010′s Lines, Vines and Trying Times this year.(Err, it was 2009, but OK)
“The new album is finally done, and we are so excited,” Kevin Jonas told Celebuzz, in an exclusive interview.”We wanted to take a little extra time on it to make sure it was right and we’ve been working for almost a year now on it.”
But longtime JoBros fans will find that their music has matured, as new stages in life inspire their songwriting.
“I’m in a completely different place than I was when we wrote our last album three years ago,” Kevin explained, noting he’s now been married to wife Danielle Jonas for three years. “I’ve been through a lot, so much good. And I’ve learned a lot about Danielle and…I’ve really grown as a person, too.”
“I was very excited to put that into music,” he continued. “Everything I write, there’s a piece of Danielle in each part of it. Each one of the guys, as well, puts their own individual stamp on it.”
Now they’re taking their new sound on the road, with a 12-date Latin and South America tour. “We’re just really looking forward to seeing the fans again,” Jonas said. “The fans down there are so passionate and so exciting.”
While Danielle will join the JoBros for part of the tour, the couple has mastered keeping their love alive while Kevin is away alone. “Because I travel so much, we always just look toward the day I’m coming back,” Kevin said. “It might be Monday, I’m coming back on Saturday, but Saturday is the focus.”
"It’s about communication,” Kevin continued. Which is why the couple has made a tradition of trading handwritten letter, sometimes as small tokens of affections and others to be mailed during periods of long-distance. “That’s why we’re so excited to be a part of the U.S. Postal Service’s Seal With Love campaign,” he said, with Danielle adding that “it makes it known that it’s coming from the heart.”
For the longtime loves, mail has always be a means of sharing their romance. Danielle still cherishes a extra-special Valentine’s Day package she once received from Kevin. “He had mailed me a big box of letters, a stuffed animal and a video camera with him showing me the stage and what he was doing on tour,” she recalled. “I don’t think I’ll ever forget that.”
But their Valentine’s is “not always about the gift,” Kevin added.
“We always try to do something together. For us, the tradition is writing letters to each other. That way you can collect them throughout the years.” And though they stayed mum on the details this year’s V Day plan — when they will be filming the second season of their E! reality show, Married to Jonas — the couple are planning to “get away,” Kevin said, “and spend some time, just me and her. We’ll definitely have a good time.”
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