HANSON: The Riddle of Loch Ness

By | July 10, 2020

Isaac, Taylor, and Zac performing Great Divide while promoting the release of their fourth album, The Walk, in 2007.

With a brand new Hanson.net up and running there are a lot of changes and if you haven’t seen them yet, we hope you will come visit soon. The new media player is full music to listen to, including Hanson.net EPs from 2003 to 2018 and many of the site’s sections are changed and updated to to make your time browsing better than ever.

This Tuesday we launched HNet Explorer, a community wide scavenger hunt. Every Tuesday in July we will share a new hint and members who solve the riddle get a special Pin to add to their profile. Just a few days in to our first week, we have loved watching how quickly members have come together to solve the riddle of Loch Ness. It gets us excited for next week and the rest of the month as we continue to play.

Since May, we have been hosting new Episodes of the HANSON Time Podcast every Thursday talking about albums and EPs and everything from Marie Kondo to lawnmowers. We are looking back at our fourth album The Walk this week, but we’re also looking forward to a very special HTP Episode for next week. Want to know what makes it so special? You’re going to have to come back and see.

Isaac, Taylor and Zac

Members Exclusive: Don’t miss out, join the hunt for Pins all throughout July! Every Tuesday a new hint will be shared, all you need to do is find the answer and you get a pin! There is still time to get this weeks pin find the hint HERE in the Hanson.net blog.


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