Monthly Archives: September 2021

Listener’s Choice October 2021 Voting

By | September 28, 2021

Hanson will be finishing out the year with streams the way they started the year, with the theme of “Listener’s Choice”. Beginning September 7th until the 26th, each day Hanson posted a poll on their twitter account that stayed up for 48 hours putting 2 songs up against each other.  These poll winners will make… Read More »

ONE, Out October 1st

By | September 26, 2021

ONE OUT OCTOBER 1ST One, the new track from ‘Against The World’, is out October 1! RSVP to be messaged when the song is out.

What Your Favorite Stars Of The ’90s Look Like Today

By | September 23, 2021

Central Recorder Just seeing their name got you singing, right? “MMMBop, ba ba du bop, MMMBop.” The pop-rock trio — brothers Isaac, Taylor, and Zac — were just 16, 13, and 11 when their era-defining hit single was released in 1996. Decades later, Hanson is still together and recording music — and glad they never… Read More »

CPR should run at the same tempo as “Stayin’ Alive”

By | September 21, 2021

Ohio News Time The advice given in the episode “The Office” is accurate. You can save lives by performing CPR with the same beat as the Bee Gees hit. More than 350,000 cardiac arrests According to the American Heart Association (AHA), it occurs outside the hospital each year. According to AHA, about 90% of people who experience… Read More »

HANSON: Going All Digital

By | September 15, 2021

GOING ALL DIGITAL Over the past five years we have seen a dramatic shift in the way our community and music fans at large listen to music, moving away from physical CDs choosing instead to have instant access to entire catalogs of music through streaming and digital platforms. Starting in 2022 the membership will… Read More »

HANSON: Get out and vote!

By | September 10, 2021

WEEKLY PIC Last week, we had an amazing weekend of live music once again at Cain’s Ballroom featuring Shout It Out and Anthem plus the brand new song, Stronger. Who joined us for these shows?”