At first tour, they were doing everything. Moving their own equipments, sharing a room, sharing a bed… When Jonas Brothers debut album “It’s About Time” flopped, it was over before it even started. They moved from their home in New Jersey where all the boys had bedrooms to a house with one bedroom. “I remember their father very apologetically saying ‘I can’t pay you right now, we’re 70 grand in debt.’ I almost said, 'Man, this isn’t gonna work.’” “At that time it could be easier just to put the guitar down and be sad about the fact that things are kinda falling apart… We decided to keep writing, keep doing it.”