My favorite Jonas Brothers song -- wait, you don't have one? -- is called "One Man Show," and the main reason I like it is because, oddly enough, it kind of sounds like a third-album Hellacopters knockoff. I also interpreted the chorus ("I'm a one-man show/ I don't need no one/ I'll be fine alone") as a rare bit of in-joke introspection: the kind of song their parents would make them sing when one of the Broze was getting too full of himself, just to make 'em see how goofy it sounded.
During the last week of June, a fan of the band Damone noticed an unusual number of comments showing up on a video she'd posted to YouTube. Damone themselves saw a sudden spike in the iTunes sales of "You're The One," a song from their 2006 album Out Here All Night. Something was up: the group has been essentially broken up ever since its singer, Noelle LeBlanc, took a leave of absence to become a park ranger -- although the rest of the group, using some material they'd recorded before she left, went ahead and released a new album called Roll The Dice