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Jonas Brothers deliver on their 'Happiness Begins' tour — the group's first outing since 2013

CHICAGO - You can call it a comeback.

"Three years ago, we sat in a room together and said, 'What if we did this again?'" Kevin Jonas, consummate spokesman and eldest of the Jonas Brothers, recalled in front of a packed house at United Center on Sept. 19.

"We thought, who would care?" he continued. "Chicago would care."

In 2007, the Jonas Brothers were inescapable. Then part of Disney's mega-machine, brothers Nick, Joe and Kevin were on TV, the big screen in movie theaters and what seemed like never-ending arena tours - ushered in

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