The Jonas Brothers are staying true to the values they were raised with:
Despite their foray into the world of rock 'n' roll -- long a refuge for teen angst and rebellion -- the New Jersey-raised sons of an ordained minister vow they will stick to their wholesome ideals despite the trappings of fame that derailed other Disney alumnus like Britney Spears.
"It's everyone's own decision, but the pressure's definitely there in the spotlight to join a lifestyle," said Nick, who plays guitar and sings lead vocals with brother Joe.
"We want to continue being a positive influence," said Kevin, when asked if they ever faced criticism for being so straight-laced in the world of rock.
"I don't think it's a contradiction. It's more of a new way of looking at things. We're trying to be different. It's who we are as people, and it's how we set ourselves aside from people, not making a statement with their personal lives," he added.