Jonas Brothers' Nick said that their 7-year-old brother may be the fourth member of the band when a bit older, taking the role behind the drum set.
The latest tweens craze, Jonas Brothers, may no longer be a trio. The band comprising of Joe, Nick and Kevin Jonas have revealed that there is a plan to groom their other brother, Frankie who as for 2008 turns 7-year-old, to be one of the band members.
Frankie, in fact has been taking experience from his older brothers by tagging along in their tour bus. "It's the three of us (on tour), plus our mom, dad and our seven-year-old brother Frankie," Nick said. "We call him the Bonus Jonas, and he's awesome. One day, he might join the band." According to NYMag.com, the plan is to put Frankie as the drummer, a role that is occasionally taken by Nick.
On other news, Disney Channel will on Monday, April 14 broadcast a show called "Jonas Brothers in Concert" that chronicles their NYC show earlier this year. The concert includes sets taken from their self-titled release that they performed there.
They will also have their own Disney Channel Original Movie, "Camp Rock", which script is a spin off to Disney Channel Original Series, "J.O.N.A.S" premiered later this year along with a reality series called "Jonas Brothers: Living The Dream" that documented their life while on tour.