Richmond Dispatch Review The Carpenter Centre Sept 6 2000 Boys Will Be Boys And The Girls Responded. Melissa Ruggieri The Hanson Hotties. Big, dreamy sigh. Of course, Taylor, Zac and Isaac, are stocked to their blond roots with talent. But stick ’em in front of a couple of thousand squealing, clawing girls and it’s no […]
From boy-band to genuine article – Hanson plays Six Flags Over Texas Malcolm Mayhew Star-Telegram Hanson is one of the few teen acts — maybe the only one — to survive teen-act hell. But they’ve paid a price. When the Hanson brothers — Isaac, Zac and Taylor– released their 1997 debut, Middle Of Nowhere, they […]
Teen Dreams Hanson, Love it up at SeaWorld Anne Miller Express News The collective teen crush on Hanson was so heavy at the Sea World San Antonio concert Saturday that the most famous siblings in top–40 land had to stop their show three times and ask their fans to back up a step to avoid […]
Hanson Fans Show Them The Love Kathy Cano-Murillo The Arizona Republic August 11, 2000 Fancy costumes? Lavish set designs? Pre-recorded voice tracks? Unlike many other young pop artists these days, Hanson didn’t need any of those gimmicks when they performed a two-hour show at the Web Theatre Thursday night. Standing on cozy living room carpets with […]
Hanson leaves behind its pubescent sound. Review: The boys are all right. Surprisingly, they’re better than all right – they’re fantastic. August 10 2000 Steven Lynch The Orange County Register It should be easy to hate Hanson. So young, so talented, so idolized. And – the worst sin of all – the stray match that […]
Hanson Boys Have It All By Jane Ganahl San Francisco Examiner The Warfield, San Francisco, 8/5/2000 IT’S NOT Hanson’s fault that the teenage Oklahoma brothers’ 1997 debut, the 8 million selling “Middle of Nowhere”, made such an explosive impact on the music world that it spawned dozens of (bad) imitators. Neither is it their fault […]
Over the years, the hallowed concert hall has hosted shows by everyone from the Ike and Tina Turner Revue to local punk torchbearers Sleater-Kinney. The Grateful Dead made a semi-legendary appearance here, way back in 1968. And if you didn’t know any better, you’d think that Neil Diamond parodists Super Diamond have taken up permanent residence in the place of late.
Beach balls sailed through the air, people twirled rainbow- colored glow-sticks and a deafening chorus of “Hanson! Hanson!” reverberated so loudly that the floodlights nearly burst.
And that was before the band even took the stage.