Watch out, Kevin and Joe. It looks like Nick Jonas has found two new heartthrobs to jam with.
The singer was in North Carolina last month shooting the movie Careful What You Wish For and was enjoying barbecue and baseball with the crew at Sherrills Ford Optimist park on May 19 when he was asked if he would listen to a kid who had a song for him, an eyewitness exclusively tells E! News.
Nick then ambled up to two young lads, Joseph and Noah, who were tooling around on a guitar and a mandolin.
Nick listented to the wee guitarist pluck out a bluegrass tune (the name of which the kid had "kinda forgot"), telling him, "That's awesome. I play a Fender Telecaster."
Then Nick asked if he could see the guitar for a second and returned the favor, making for a regular unplugged jamfest.
"Nice guitar, I like it a lot," the JoBro complimented his young protégée. "Sounds better than mine."
He then conversed with the young mandolin player for a bit, learning that he also plays piano and bass. Finding out that neither kid plays drums, Nick told them the skill would come in handy "once girls start breaking your hearts, you can go get angry."
Nick then thanked both kids for letting him play and we're told that he autographed the neck of the guitar, a moment not caught on video.
"I signed it on the neck, so when you look down, you know I'm cheering you on," he said, according to our source.