Daily Archives: November 18, 2010

Hanson ‘Shouts It Out’ in Northampton

DailyCollegian On a particularly warm November night, the nearly-packed Calvin Theatre in Northampton welcomed the band Hanson to play an intense and high energy show. The day began for Hanson late in the afternoon when they participated in, and encouraged fans to also partake in the “Walk.” Before every show, Hanson “walks” a mile with their fans to… Read More »

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Montreal Gazette POP MUSIC Hanson. Yes, that Hanson. The formerly teenage band of pretty-boy brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson is still around. They’re back with another album of impossibly peppy pop songs, their eighth, called Shout It Out. They play at Club Soda, 1225 St. Laurent Blvd., with Jarrod Gorbel at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $34.15. Call… Read More »

Pop band Hanson to walk around Stroudsburg for charity Friday

Pocono Record STROUDSBURG — Pop band Hanson will walk around Stroudsburg this Friday to raise money for charity before performing an evening concert. Brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson will lead the one-mile walk around town, beginning and ending at the Sherman Theater on Main Street. The walk begins at 3 p.m. and will last between 30 and… Read More »

Rayner: A letter to Justin Bieber from Hanson

TheStar.com Justin Bieber, meet your future. Hanson, meet your past. In one of those fortunate twists of fate that we newspaper people can’t resist turning into a silly story, both the Bieb and onetime teen-pop brother act Hanson are in town this Tuesday night — Bieber at a sure-to-be-swarmed Air Canada Centre, Hanson at Massey Hall. We thought… Read More »

Hanson to hold charity walk at Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, Pa.

Lehigh Valley Live If you happen to see Hanson and several hundred of their fans strolling through Stroudsburg, Pa., on Friday night, don’t be alarmed. It’s for charity. The pop-rock trio, best known for their 1997 radio hit “MMMBop,” will hold a charity walk, starting at 3 p.m. Friday in front of the Sherman Theater, 524 Main St.,… Read More »