Jonas Brothers Cancel US Tour Over 'Creative Differences'
Trio have scrapped plans after alleged row...
TheJonas Brothershave scrapped their forthcoming US tour.
The trio were due to kick start their jaunt this Friday (October 11) in Upper Darby, but have cancelled the shows after reportedly having an argument.
Angela Burke of PR firm Derris & Company confirmed that the brothers had decided to abandon their tour plans, telling USA Today: "This stems from creative differences."
Kevin, Nick and Joe apparently locked horns last weekend, which led to the decision of cancelling the dates.
Following a successful string of summer shows, they were slated to perform at 19 different venues across the US, wrapping their gigs in Seattle on November 6.
The lads recently released new track First Time on September 23 - their first single since taking a three year hiatus.
Nick also previously told Digital Spy that their forthcoming album V was a "growth" for the band, adding: "We're trying to infuse classic influences with some of the more modern influences. We want to put on a great show for our fans."
It is currently unknown whether plans for their LP will still go ahead.