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A boy band returns anew

In addition to their new album, Happiness Begins, out June 7, the Jonas Brothers (from left, Joe, Kevin and Nick) released a documentary this month and are working on a memoir

THE JONAS BROTHERS AREN’T THE FIRST boy band to make a comeback play. New Kids on the Block broke up for 13 years but have been back together touring for the past decade; meanwhile, the U.K.’s Take That is still one of the most popular acts across the pond, despite member shake-ups over the years. The Backstreet Boys put out a No. 1 album in January and

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