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The Jonas Brothers Perform in NPR's Tiny Desk Concert Video

Let the Happiness Begin With This Stripped-Down Jonas Brothers Tiny Desk Concert

The Jonas Brothers are accustomed to performing for packed arenas, but they changed things up for NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series. In the special performance (which was previously recorded in August), Kevin, Nick, and Joe sang a stripped-down set of their hits from their Happiness Begins album in a small room, accompanied by only a few musicians and a couple of tiny knickknacks they found nearby.

The brothers kicked off the performance with a jazzy rendition of "Sucker," followed by the melodic "I Believe" and an "Only Human" finale. Their Tiny Desk visit happened to coincide with Joe's 30th birthday, so they finished things off with a "Happy Birthday" serenade and a red velvet cake. Watch the full video above to see the trio break down their fan-favourite tracks.

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