Halbersberg, Elianne
March 2008
Mix;Mar2008, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p109
The article focuses on the American pop-rock band Jonas Brothers who asked John Fields to be the producer of their upcoming album. Fields wholeheartedly accepted the offer though according to him, it would mean doing the actual recording on a tour bus. An overview of how the Jonas Brothers started as a group in the music industry is also presented in the article.


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