For those of you who purchased presale tickets through Hanson.net and had them mailed to you by ticketmaster/livenation, double check that your tickets have barcodes. There have been a few fans who got tickets mailed to them for the New York Irving Plaza show that arrived without barcodes. If you find your tickets do not have barcodes (or… Read More »
Bustle Cue up an ’90s-themed playlist and you’re sure to find a large representation of boy band songs in the mix. Not only was it a peak decade for pop music, but it bred one of the fiercest rivalries ever: Backstreet Boys vs. *NSYNC. With so many male-centric groups cropping up in the ’90s, which one was the… Read More »
MTV Directioners: I’m calling on you to make history here. Your now-quartet of boys has delivered unto you their new surprise single, “Drag Me Down,” and now it’s time to do the opposite: Raise them up. Did you know, friends, that the dudes have never had a Billboard Hot 100 #1 single in the U.S.? The horror. And… Read More »
Leicester Mercury FIRST ALBUM: Jeez, maybe the Hanson one, or Now Dance 19. Whatever it was, it was fantastic at the time, but I cringe now! But MmmBop still makes me happy if ever I hear it play.
Usa Today “It was a really fun trip. You want to be in the back of that car, listening to these guys talking about serious issues and what’s on the radio,” says Segel. “(Boy band) Hanson comes on the radio and these guys have a five-minute discussion on them. It’s really cool to hear the biggest brain of… Read More »
Phoenix New Times “You just can’t know anything about yourself in either direction over 12 years,” says Segel. “Thirty-five-year-old Jason is unrecognizable from 23-year-old Jason.” Twelve years ago, he was stuck playing daffy college kids, never imagining he’d portray a tragic genius in a Sundance movie with Oscar buzz. But even the most highbrow role of Segel’s career… Read More »