The current edition of ‘Woman’ Magazine. We would prefer it to be Rolling Stone but we are happy that millions of British women can see and read this!
By JERRY WOFFORD World Scene Writer Tulsa-based pop group Hanson is ready to roll out the red carpet for its fans. The annual Hanson Day is set for May 16 and 17, with a special concert set for Cain’s Ballroom May 17. Thousands of fans from across the world will[...]Read More »
Issue 23, Summer 2012 As the middle sibling of teenaged trio Hanson, keyboardist Taylor Hanson rocketed to full-fledged stardom while most of his peers were still struggling with their algebra homework. Their 1997 debut on Mercury Records, Middle of Nowhere, became a massive hit for the brothers (then just 16,[...]Read More »
Hanson are performing at the Apple Store on Regent St in London tonight at 7pm. We are at the show (front row) and will be posting pictures on the site. For continuous updates follow us on twitter @mmmboptastic
July 8, 2013 by Dani When you have twenty-one years of experience in the music industry, people tend to try to put you in a proverbial box. Hanson has been labeled time and again as everything from a “boy band” to a one hit wonder. Rather than adopting those stigmas,[...]Read More »
Hanson – Anthem By Jeremy Williams, Arts Correspondent Hanson have come of age, with troupe marking their 21st anniversary as band by releasing their own beer brand – MMMHops – and unveiling their latest studio ‘Anthem’. However, given that the trio are still best known on these shores for their debut[...]Read More »
Anthem On Wednesday 19th June Hanson released their 6th studio album, Anthem, and held a launch party in New York City. The event was shown across America through AXS TV. Anthem raced through invisible connections from Amazon and I Tunes to computers and smart phones; hard copies of[...]Read More »
By Steven Hyden on June 19, 2013 Grantland Welcome to Escape From Pop Purgatory, where we check out new music made by people who are more well-known than 98 percent of the oppressively “cool” artists who the media obsesses over, and yet are commonly perceived to be years past the point of their[...]Read More »