They’ve sold 16 million records worldwide and have had six top 40 singles in the U.S. including one of the biggest pop hits of the 90s. Hanson joins us for a live interview, (5:58). WCCO 4 At The Fair — Aug. 27, 2013 Source: CBS Minnesota
Hanson are hosting a live acoustic session and online chat tonight. Post your questions in the comments section here! Date: 19th June 2013 Time: 5pm ET (check here for your local time) Location: LiveStream
Tonight is The First Night Our excitement in uncontrollable. Our anticipation is running high. Our sense of expectation is visible. Tonight or Today or Tomorrow, all around the globe, many people who adore the band Hanson will be tuning in to www.hanson.net to hear Anthem played through for the very first time, from the very […]
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 and you would have had […]
Worth The Wait When May comes it will herald Hanson’s 21st birthday as a band. The 20th year has been marked by a picture everyday on Face Book, with every album and tour having a moment to be celebrated and remembered. Fans may have a favourite picture, question or message from this activity and it […]
Boats, Birthdays and Mixing Music When March 14 comes around the Hanson fan world goes nuts. Everyone likes a birthday, sure, but this is no ordinary birthday. This is Taylor Hanson’s birthday. This year, it was an ultra special day as Taylor reached 30 years. Fans showed their love with a determined and organised effort […]
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.