Kevin and Joe Jonas will open up about their personal lives in a new stage show called, Off the Record with Kevin & Joe Jonas.
The two Jonas Brothers, minus third band member Nick, will embark on a tour in June to meet fans across the US through live Q&A sessions.
Fans will get a rare up-close and personal look, and also get to see behind-the-scenes photos and videos from their career.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Joe said: "We're going to be talking about our old stories from when we toured together, show pictures, a lot of laughs, and get the fans involved. I want everyone to come out and hangout."
The Jonas Brothers announced their shock split after eight years together in October last year. The US pop rock band, who formed in 2005, explained that it was a "unanimous decision" to split.
During an interview on Good Morning America last year, youngest brother Nick said: "In a nutshell, I said I felt we'd had some complications in the group for a while without addressing them and the train will fall off the tracks without addressing some of the concerns and limitations we may feel as a group."
However, the brothers didn't rule out a reunion in the near future. "I think it's impossible to say forever about anything, but I feel we're playing it one step at a time right now," said Nick. "We're rebuilding as brothers first."
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