Screams and smiles from a flock of fans greeted The Jonas Brothers as they walked inside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio on August 22, 2008. As the flickering flashbulbs from photographers illuminated their way, the fraternal phenomenons followed a guide on a private tour which took them on a trip through music’s most cherished memorabilia, including a viewing of the band uniform worn by John Lennon for the cover of rock’s iconic “Sgt. Pepper” album, cleveland.com reports. For a time, the designer duds worn by the talented trio for the cover of their current chart-topper ” A Little Bit Longer” will have a temporary home inside the same venue as items owned by the Fab Four as the brothers donated the garments for display as part of the ever-revolving Right Here, Right Now exhibit, which highlights today’s hottest hit makers. The clothing is currently showcased alongside items belonging to members of the High School Musical cast, John Mayer and Usher.
Take a virtual tour of Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with The Jonas Brothers in the following clip from Cleveland.com’s The Plain Dealer:
|Jonas Brothers tour the Rock Hall|
On August 18, 2008, enthusiasts of the celebrity siblings who have felt that “It’s About Time” that Kevin, Joe and Nick’s cute countenances were immortalized in wax got their wish as Madame Tussauds in Washington D.C. unveiled wax renderings of the three teen dreams. Fifty fortunate fans were able to compare the figures’ features with their real life counterparts as the chart-toppers posted for posterity by their likenesses.