Remember When the Jonas Brothers Covered Shania Twain?
Taste of Country
By Jacklyn Krol
March 2, 2019
The Jonas Brothers have made their return to pop music in 2019. Do you remember when they covered Shania Twain?
The trio covered the hit tune "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!" nightly on their Burnin' Up Tour in 2008. The song was also featured on the soundtrack to the 2009 film Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.
"I'm Gonna Getcha Good!" was released on Sept. 23, 2002, and written by Twain and her then-husband and producer, Mutt Lange. It was the first single from Twain's fourth studio album, Up! which was released on Nov. 19, 2002.
The Jonas Brothers have dipped their toes into the country music realm in addition to the Twain cover. They released their own original song, "What Did I Do to Your Heart?" on their Lines, Vines and Trying Times album that has a distinct country twang and rhythm to it. The trio also collaborated with Taylor Swift on their movie soundtrack and film, performing her hit "Should've Said No."
But their country adoration doesn't stop there. The youngest brother in the group, Nick Jonas, even joined Twain onstage at Stagecoach in 2017, performing "Party for Two" and "That Don't Impress Me Much" to the delight of the Stagecoach audience. Twain even noted that Jonas "does impress me much." The youngest Jonas also wrote a Christmas song with Twain that was released in 2017, "Say All You Want for Christmas."
Jonas also presented Twain with a Billboard Women in Music Icon Award in December of 2016, citing her as an artist that influenced him and his music. Jonas admitted to Extra that he "loves her more than most people" and that she was his celebrity crush growing up.
The Jonas Brothers split in 2013, but they announced their return to music on Thursday (Feb. 28), dropping a new single titled "Sucker" and announcing a string of upcoming promotional appearances.