Blog Tuned In : Local music writers share the latest news and views about music in Milwaukee and beyond Go to blog The Jonas Brothers , titans of the teen-pop world from 2008 to 2010 before the brothers pursued solo projects, have canceled a 19-date fall comeback tour two days before it was slated to start, according to People magazine . The tour was scheduled to come to the Riverside Theater on Oct. 28 . Band frontman Joe Jonas was interviewed for a cover story that will appear in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Cue section Thursday. The Thursday Cue section was printed in advance, and the story was posted on Tap Milwaukee less than two hours before the People story broke.
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Jonas Brothers scrap tour over 'creative differences'
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