May 12 2013 Hanson think it is ”cool” they still have the same fans as they did 15 years ago, especially because their followers also bring along the ”next generation” to their gigs. Hanson think it is ”cool” they still have the same fans as they did 15 years ago. …
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From Apps to Anthem By now the news of Hanson’s latest album, the new Hanson app, the first leg of the tour and the merchandise packages has found its way into the reality of most hard core Hanson fans. This is all courtesy of the new Hanson.net. It happened online …
Weirdly similar to Gwyneth’s hair, the three Hanson brothers had blonde hair and wore it long (and sometimes curly or in a ponytail!) Guys nor girls were rushing to copy the musicians but the look was definitely memorable. Even in 2012 you can still refer to somebody as having “Hanson hair!”
When ‘MMMBop’ hit the airwaves in April 1997, everyone got their first introduction to a young trio of brothers with long blond hair and high-pitched voices called Hanson. While many pop acts disappear as quickly as they rise, these bright-eyed boys from Tulsa, Okla., have continued to produce a number of albums, start their own record label and even travel to Africa to help the fight against AIDS and poverty.
Being in the industry for over a decade, Hanson decided to celebrate their longevity with a series of shows called “Five of Five” at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City. Each night was dedicated to one of their five major albums, including their latest, ‘Shout It Out,’ on the fifth night. As the band prepared for their last evening of “Five of Five,” Hanson invited PopEater to come along for the ride.
Since their major-label debut album “Middle of Nowhere” was released in 1997, they have had a No. 1 hit single with the chirpy pop song “MMMBop,” sold more than 10 million copies of their music worldwide and performed all over the globe. And, much to the chagrin of many fans, Taylor got married.
Since their major label debut album “Middle of Nowhere” was released in 1997, they have had a No. 1 hit single with the chirpy pop song “MMMBop,” sold more than 10 million copies of their music worldwide and performed all over the globe. And, much to the chagrin of many fans, Taylor got married.
Now there’s “Underneath,” Hanson’s first full studio effort of new songs since 2000′s “This Time Around” and the first release on the group’s very own record label, 3CG, named for “3 Car Garage,” an early independent release. The band of brothers has come full circle, leaving the major label shuffle behind to do for themselves.