August 23, 2008 06:57:43 GMT
The brothers were seen all smiling as they handed the outfits they donated to the museum and they also took time to sign autographs for a throng of fans.
Having their new album, "A Little Bit Longer," opened at No. 1 on the Billboard top 10 apparently has escalated Jonas Brothers to their best giving mood ever. Having had so much in their life, the brothers want to share some of their belongings, donating their outfits to a museum.
Taking a tour of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio on Friday afternoon, August 22, Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas and Joe Jonas donated the suits they wore on the cover of their hit album "A Little Bit Longer" to the museum. The threesome handed over their outfits to the museum's vice president Jim Henke.
Aside from making the donation, they were given a private tour inside the museum by Henke. They, additionally, also took time signing autographs for awaiting fans. Later that evening they were due to perform a concert at Blossom Music Center.
Jonas Brothers' outfits donation is part of the Right Here, Right Now! exhibit, which celebrates some of nowadays' hottest artists. Some other celebs who have given their contribution to the exhibit are Good Charlotte, Phantom Planet, John Mayer and Usher just to name a few.
Having a hectic schedule promoting their latest LP, it seems that the brothers have no time to slow down. They keep rocking fans with more and more public appearances. They were last seen attending the unveiling of their wax statues at Madame Tussauds in Washington D.C. on Monday, August 18.
Jonas Brothers' visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, plus all the related details of the event, are recorded on the video below.