Monthly Archives: June 2016

Tuesday Trivia

The Live Show is the aspect of Hanson’s career that slows them to interpret songs different. What was Taylor’s muse for the 2015 Hanson Day gallery?

HNET Newsletter June 24, 2016

WEEKLY PIC Here is a snapshot of Zac in pause between drum takes during the recording of this year’s Fan Club EP, LOUD. Who has a good caption idea for this photo? What could Zac be thinking? MESSAGE FROM THE BAND It has been a good week with lots of meetings and a little bit of packing.  We… Read More »

News Roundup: Postmodern MMMBop

Postmodern Jukebox’s take on MMMBop has been getting some press.  Here are a few articles: Hear Cheerful Doo-Wop Cover of Hanson’s ‘MMMBop’ (Rolling Stone) Hanson’s ‘MMMBop’ goes doo-wop in Postmodern Jukebox cover (EW) ‘MMMBop’ meets doo-wop in this catchy cover of Hanson’s ’90s anthem (Mashable)

Hanson’s ‘MMMBop’ Gets the Doo-Wop Treatment Thanks to Postmodern Jukebox

Billboard Postmodern Jukebox covers Hanson’s “MMMbop.” When then-child band Hanson busted straight out of the Middle of Nowhere(aka Tulsa) in 1997 with their smash first single “MMMBop,” they loved telling reporters how their musical style was heavily influenced by the Motown and early rock n’ roll compilations they listened to as (even younger) kids. Well, now YouTube covers band sensation Postmodern Jukebox… Read More »

Tuesday Trivia

It was Zac that said he wasn’t a professional during the R&R EP recording. What aspect of Hanson’s career allows them to interpret songs differently?

Scoop: GREATEST HITS on ABC – Thursday, July 7, 2016

Broadway World “Greatest Hits: 1995-2000” – The second half of the 1990s launched huge careers for the biggest names in pop, rap, hip-hop and rock music. This episode celebrates the greatest hits of the musical era from 1995-2000 with never-before-seen collaborations with Backstreet Boys & Meghan Trainor, Coolio & CeeLo Green, Jewel & Tori Kelly, LL COOL J… Read More »

This week in music: 1997 Puff Daddy

KFVS 12 (KFVS) – Let’s turn back the clock and check some entertainment headlines from 1997. J. K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” is published in the U.K. It comes to U.S. the next year as “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” “Titanic” crashes into theaters. It is the most expensive film of all time, costing… Read More »

Three Albums That Changed My Life: Cleopold

Howl and Echoes Hanson – Middle of Nowhere This is the first album I ever bought from a record store when I was 7 or 8 growing up in Switzerland. My father suggested it while we were shopping together. I was a choir boy growing up and sung with the Knaben Kantorei Basel, which was an 80 piece… Read More »

HNET Newsletter June 20, 2016

WEEKLY PIC We are looking ahead to new horizons this week, anticipating amazing projects and exciting new partnerships. It’s good to remember that every day something beautiful like this happens. MESSAGE FROM THE BAND We have been having a great week focusing on one of the finishing stages of any collection of music – mixing. Tracking is finished… Read More »