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Band name:HANSON
Origin:Oklahoma,USA.
Genres:Pop rock,Indie Pop,Indie Rock.
Years active:1996-Present.

Hanson is an American pop rock band formed in Tulsa, Oklahoma by brothers Clarke Isaac Hanson (Isaac "Ike") (born November 17, 1980), Jordan Taylor Hanson (Taylor "Tay") (born March 14, 1983) and Zachary Walker Hanson (Zachary "Zac") (born October 22, 1985). They are best known for their 1997 hit song "MMMBop" from their major label debut album Middle of Nowhere.
Isaac, Taylor and Zac are the first three children of parents Clarke Walker Hanson (born June 1, 1954) and Diana Frances Hanson (maiden name Lawyer) (born April 30, 1954). The Hanson family also includes younger siblings Jessica Grace (July 31, 1988), Avery Laurel (November 4, 1990), Joshua Mackenzie, (January 7, 1994), and Zo Genevieve (January 14, 1998).
The band was originally called The Hanson Brothers. The three young boys sang a cappella and recorded songs like "Rockin' Robin", "Splish Splash" and "Johnny B. Goode", as well as their own material. Their first performance as a professional group took place in 1992 at the Mayfest Arts Festival in Tulsa.
Hanson also appeared on Carman's Yo! Kidz: The Vidz, which included Taylor cast as a young Biblical David facing Goliath, Isaac cast as an event announcer, and other members of the family including Zac in the stands cheering on this "sporting event".
The three boys all started out playing the piano. Taylor and Isaac formed the band, but needed one more player, so Zac entered the group. Later on, Isaac picked up a second-hand guitar, Zac borrowed an old set of drums, and Taylor became the keyboard player of what turned into a garage band. The band recorded two independent albums in their hometown of Tulsa, Boomerang (recorded in autumn 1994, released in 1995) and MMMBop (released in 1996). The latter featured the original version of the song "MMMBop", which would later become the runaway single on their debut commercial record Middle of Nowhere. The boys then found themselves at the South By Southwest music festival for unsigned musicians in Austin, Texas. There, they were promptly signed by manager Christopher Sabec. He shopped them to several record companies, most of which dismissed the band as either a novelty or fraud before Steve Greenberg, an A&R representative for Mercury Records, heard them play a set at the Kansas State Fair. After this performance, they were signed almost immediately by Mercury. They soon became a worldwide sensation with the release of their first major-label album, Middle of Nowhere.

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Middle of Nowhere was released in the U.S. on May 6, 1997, which was declared 'Hanson Day' in Tulsa by Oklahoma's then-governor Frank Keating. Although 'Hanson Day' was originally intended to be a one-time occurrence, many Hanson fans all over the world still recognize May 6 as Hanson Day every year. Hanson's popularity exploded during the summer of 1997, and Mercury Records released Hanson's first documentary Tulsa, Tokyo, and the Middle of Nowhere and their Christmas album Snowed In in the wake of their success. Hanson also launched MOE (which stood for Middle of Everywhere), a fan club magazine that ran for 12 issues. Following its cancellation, several fans created HTP (Hanson Tribute Project) Magazine in the same fashion as MOE until it was discontinued in the summer of 2005.
After numerous unauthorized biographies of each of the brothers were published, Hanson turned to their close friend, Jarrod Gollihare of Admiral Twin, to write their authorized biography. Hanson: The Official Book reached number 9 on the New York Times Best Sellers List (nonfiction) on February 1, 1998. The band was nominated for three Grammy Awards in 1998: Record of the Year, Best New Artist, and Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. During the summer of 1998, Hanson began a highly successful concert tour, the Albertane Tour. They performed a string of shows throughout stadiums and arenas in the U.S., targeting young audiences with a playful and energetic style. A live album, titled Live From Albertane, was released the following fall, as well as their second documentary The Road to Albertane.
Soon after they became famous, songs from Hanson's early independent albums, which are no longer in print, were leaked onto the Internet. However, the song files were poor quality. In response to the demand for their earlier work, Hanson re-released MMMBop as 3 Car Garage, minus 4 tracks. To date, the tracks from Boomerang have not been re-released, partly due to the fact that Hanson did not play any of the instruments on that album. Three tracks from Boomerang ("Boomerang", "More Than Anything", and Rain (Falling Down)") and two of the remaining tracks from MMMBop ("Incredible" and "Baby (You're So Fine)") were released on the first MOE CD sent to fan club members. Boomerang continues to be circulated online.
Hanson released their second album, This Time Around, in May 2000 but due to lack of sales the label pulled funding for their tour. They toured through the summer and fall of 2000 on their own funds.
The brothers left their record label, Island Def Jam Records, due to a conflict with the producers, who felt their material was lacking marketability and had refused over 80 songs from the band. With their regular session bassist, Edwin Cruden (formerly of Idlewild), the band now works under their own independent label, 3CG Records ("3 Car Garage Records"), named for the three-car garage in which they first practiced as a band. The label has distribution deals through Alternative Distribution Alliance in the United States, Cooking Vinyl in Europe, Sony BMG in Asia, and various other distributors throughout the world.
During the struggle with their former label, Hanson signed with their current management company, 10th Street Entertainment, which also manages artists such as Meat Loaf and Blondie.
The band's "Underneath Acoustic" tour occurred during the Summer and Fall of 2003. The tour was composed of acoustic versions of songs from their then-forthcoming release, Underneath. The tour culminated on November 5, 2003, with a performance at the prestigious Carnegie Hall.
Underneath was released on April 20, 2004, and debuted at #1 on Billboard Independent Album Chart and #25 on the Billboard 200 album chart, making Underneath one of the most successful independent albums of all time (only a few artists, such as Prince and Ani DiFranco, have released a top 25 independent album).
On March 5, 2005, Hanson performed the United States National Anthem at the inaugural NASCAR Busch Series Telcel-Motorola 200 at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in Mexico City.
In autumn 2005, Hanson toured the U.S. and played at certain Canadian venues to support their recently released live album, The Best of Hanson: Live & Electric. They also visited various colleges in order to showcase Strong Enough to Break, their documentary chronicling their struggles with Island Def Jam during the making of Underneath, as well as their subsequent departure from the label. During the college visits, the band also held question-and-answer sessions about the problems that independent artists face in music industry.
In November 2005, Hanson's old record label released Mmmbop: The Collection, a compilation of famous tracks from the first two albums and the consequent B-sides of singles. However, the CD never charted, partially due to poor distribution. The album also received criticism from Hanson's loyal fan base, as many fans disdained the record label that released the album. This was in large part due to Hanson's recent documentary and college tour, which did not frame the music industry in a positive light.
During the autumn of 2005, Hanson toured many countries in South America and Europe, and performed their first ever electric shows in Australia during their highly successful "Live and Electric" tour. In July 2006, the band recorded with a school choir in Soweto, South Africa to create the song "Great Divide", which was released exclusively to iTunes in December 2006 with all proceeds going towards research and prevention of AIDS in Africa.
On October 13, 2006, Hanson posted a new song from the upcoming Van Wilder 2 soundtrack, exclusively for members of Hanson.net. The song is called "The Ugly Truth" and is, in the band's own words, "a true back to basics rock'n'roll tune".
On January 15, 2007, the band released the first teaser episode to their upcoming docu-series podcast titled "Taking the Walk" on iTunes. The actual docu-series was released at the end of February 2007. On Monday, January 15 the first episode of the band's long-awaited documentary Strong Enough to Break was released on iTunes. The documentary is broken up into 13 different episodes and will be released on the "Taking the Walk" podcast. Both the documentary episodes and the docu-series have been made available to iTunes users for free.
Their second album off 3CG Records, The Walk was released in the U.S., Mexico and Canada on July 24, and was released in Japan on February 21 and in the UK on April 30. The band has said that this album is rather different to Underneath. The Japanese version of the album features two bonus tracks, while the American version features three.
In 2000 oldest brother Isaac dated Marit Larsen of M2M while the girl group opened up for them on tour. Isaac married his girlfriend of three years Nicole Summer Dufresne (born November 25, 1983) of Panama City, Florida, on September 30, 2006 in the gardens of The Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma in front of 300 guests. Isaac and his wife welcomed their first child, a son named Clarke Everett Hanson, on April 3, 2007.
On June 8, 2002, middle brother Taylor married his girlfriend of two years, Natalie Anne Bryant (born December 28, 1983). The ceremony was held at the Ida Cason Memorial Chapel of Callaway Gardens, located in Pine Mountain, Georgia. The couple have three children, Jordan Ezra Hanson (born October 31, 2002), Penelope Anne Hanson (born April 19, 2005), and River Samuel Hanson (born September 4, 2006).
Youngest brother Zac married his girlfriend of five years, Kathryn Rebecca Tucker (born November 29, 1983), on June 3, 2006 at a private ceremony held at Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia.

Members:
-Isaac Hanson.
-Taylor Hanson.
-Zac Hanson.
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Pictures of The Hanson brothers Isaac, 26, Taylor, 24, and Zac, 21 sign one female fans boobs a
Pictures of The Hanson brothers  Isaac, 26, Taylor, 24, and Zac, 21  sign one female fans boobs a
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Hanson - Boomerang album cover
Hanson - Boomerang album cover
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Hanson - Middle of Nowhere album cover
Hanson - Middle of Nowhere album cover
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Hanson - Snowed In album cover
Hanson - Snowed In album cover
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Hanson - TheWalk album cover
Hanson - TheWalk album cover
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Hanson - this time around album cover
Hanson - this time around album cover
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Hanson - Underneath album cover
Hanson - Underneath album cover
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