Daily Archives: March 18, 2017

90s Heartthrobs Hanson Return to Austin with SXSW

SPECTRUM NEWS By Andy Langer Friday, March 17, 2017 at 04:38 PM CDT Hanson is in town for this year’s SXSW and this year’s festival is a special one. Andy Langer caught up with the brothers as they mark their 25th anniversary as a band. (Video at the source)

MN Tickets Sold Out Online – Available in person!

Thanks to Yelena for doing this research – if you are still looking for MN tickets they are still available – just not online: Just got off the phone with eTix. They are out of tickets, and you can no longer purchase them online. However, First Ave outlets local to MN do have some in house – and… Read More »

Hanson on 20 Years of ‘Middle of Nowhere’ and Why They’ll Never Break Up

SPIN CREDIT: Jamie McCarthy / Getty Images Hanson have never left. Twenty years after the three brothers from Tulsa, Oklahoma recorded that indelible chorus to “Mmmbop,” Isaac, Taylor, and Zac Hanson—now 36, 34, and 31—are still writing, singing, and playing together. This May, they’ll head out on an international tour marking their 25th year as a band and the 20th anniversary of their debut… Read More »

The 6 Best Things We Saw Thursday at SXSW 2017: Hanson’s Leon Russell Tribute, Grandmaster Flash, the Drums & More

Yahoo Music Hanson were singing a song for you … and for Leon Russell At the Recording Academy’s Grammy Block Party on the backyard lawn of the Four Seasons hotel, Tulsa’s finest, Hanson, honored a fellow Oklahoman, songwriting legend Leon Russell, with a special eight-song set of Russell classics. Middle brother, Taylor Hanson — who performed at “brilliant creator” Russell’s… Read More »

SXSW 2017: Taylor Hanson On Why Paying Tribute To Elders Matters

American Songwriter Taylor Hanson sings “A Song For You” as the finale to the Leon Russell tribute. Hanson and several Oklahoma friends performed at Thursday’s SXSW Grammy Block Party, hosted by the Recording Academy’s Texas chapter outside the Four Seasons hotel in Austin. Photo by Lynne Margolis Twenty-five years after a trio of kids came out of the… Read More »