The second concert this weekend will feature Hanson’s last studio album, Anthem, which was released in 2013. Get The Girl Back was the single from this release and has been played the most of any song on this album at 266 times. Also coming in with 200+ plays is Fired Up. In the 100s –… Read More »
The first of the two shows this weekend in Tulsa will be performing Hanson’s 3rd independent release, 2010’s Shout it Out. This album yielded 2 singles – Thinking ‘Bout Somethin’ that has been played 501 times and Give a Little which has only been played 280 times in comparison. Tour staple and the song that… Read More »
As I am sure is the same for many of you, Tulsa has a special place in my heart. When I am not working on hansonstage, I volunteer my time with Random Tuesday Inc and their Fanthropy Running Clubs (Potterhead Running Club, Whovian Running Club, Chilton Running Club and Fandom Running Club). While their events… Read More »
WEEKLY PIC In this week’s pic we rewind to making of both Shout It Out and Anthem at the beloved Sonic Ranch studios where they were both recorded. Who’s joining us for next week’s concerts at Cain’s? Shows are just a week away!
STRONGER OUT SEPT 3 Stronger, the new track from ‘Against The World’, is out September 3! RSVP to be messaged when the song is out.
Page Six Before taking over as Governor on Tuesday, Kathy Hochul made the rounds in the Hamptons this past weekend. Meanwhile, over in East Hampton, Bill Clinton took to the field to umpire the Artist and Writers Charity softball game. Winning the title of most random softball player: Taylor Hanson of the Hanson Brothers and… Read More »
The Things Soon after Rolling Stone magazine was founded in 1967, it became one of the most influential publications in the world. After all, at the height of Rolling Stone’s success, people all over the world saw the publication as a great source of music opinions they could adopt for themselves. As a result of… Read More »
WEEKLY PIC Concerts have an amazing ability to bring fans together from all walks of life, but standing on stage this week with the Beach Boys, surrounded by musicians in their 30’s all the way to their early 80’s, it is so clear that those same shared memories that cross boundaries and life experience are… Read More »