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The Jonas Brothers Rocked SNL for the Third Time as Musical Guests: Watch
The Jonas Brothers brought the house down with two new songs from their upcoming LP, The Album.
Studio 8H was burnin' up during the April 8 episode of Saturday Night Live after the Jonas Brothers took the stage.
Joining iconic '90s SNL alum Molly Shannon as Host, the Jonas Brothers got cozy as musical guests for the third time on the show. The band performed two songs from their upcoming '70s-rock-inspired LP, The Album, which is set for release on May 12. And like many musical guests, the Jonas Brothers were down to clown with the SNL cast, appearing in a hilarious throwback Sally O'Malley sketch alongside Shannon. It's always a blast with the Jo Bros. in the house, and they made no exception during their latest SNL appearance.
Watch the Jonas Brothers' 2023 SNL performances, below!
Jonas Brothers perform "Waffle House"
Some of the best memories are born at your local Waffle House, and the Jonas Brothers threw an all-out party for their upbeat performance of their track winking at the restaurant.
In a TikTok teasing the new track, the Jonas Brothers revealed the inspiration for the song. “‘Waffle House’ was born from a simple but powerful idea: When you sit down with the people that matter most, anything is possible," the Jonas Brothers captioned a small snippet. "This song isn’t about a restaurant, it’s about coming together with the people you love and making your dreams come true."
Jonas Brothers perform "Walls"
After singing "Waffle House," the brothers slowed it down for a mesmerizing performance of "Walls." The song is romantic, musically dynamic, and vulnerable; a true testament to the Jonas Brothers' timeless talent.
The sibling trio took to Instagram the day following their SNL appearance to celebrate the performances. They captioned the IG post, “What an unforgettable night being back on the @nbcsnl stage for a third time together. Thank you to SNL for having us and to the incredible @theofficialsuperstar. Shout out to our amazing band and @jonbellion @kirkfranklin for joining us last night on Walls and Waffle House. We are so grateful for all the love and support.”
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