In an MmmBop, they’re still here
Prepare to go wild!
Everything from Taylor Swift to Foo Fighters has made their playlist.
“Chlamydia of the ear.”
“It became a pop cultural phenomenon… basically, the whole developed world was listening to one song. That’s just crazy. It’s like landing on the moon.”
Mmmbop, ba duba dop!
And laugh off the pain of this week’s episode.
That’s right, that’s how old you are. You should be ashamed.
Hanson, the American pop-rock sibling trio responsible for provoking teen hysteria in the mid 90s, have announced they will be allowing fans the opportunity to have their say on the set list for their upcoming Australia tour. The band’s second Sydney concert at the Hi-Fi on August 13th will be one of the select cities
Most still view Hanson as the fresh-faced, young trio singing MMMBop in a video clip that defined an era. But speaking to vocalist and keyboardist Taylor Hanson, you realise that this pop-rock trio command a staggering degree of industry foresight that’s allowed them to thrive in the internet era. “Nobody seamlessly got through it,” he
Due to overwhelming demand American pop-rock trio Hanson have announced two extra shows to their upcoming Australian tour. Hanson will be hitting the country on their Anthem World Tour this August, celebrating the recent release of their sixth studio album, Anthem. Audiences in Sydney and Melbourne will now get another chance to catch the famed
American pop-rock trio Hanson have announced their return, with the Anthem World Tour to arrive Down Under in August. The tour will mark Hanson’s first ever appearance in New Zealand, and the band’s return to Australia following their 2012 Shout It Out Tour. Hanson’s sixth studio album, Anthem, is set to be released digitally this
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Today, Rolling Stone have released their latest readers’ poll for the The Ten Worst Bands of the Nineties. Most of those included in the list are arguably worthy of the title but there’s one addition that might make you choke on your midday coffee. The iconic Nirvana have somehow been involved in the final results,
Hanson have sold out their Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane shows for this September’s Australian tour. But [some of] you will be glad to hear that they’ve added 3 new shows: one on Tuesday, 11 September at the Hifi in Brisbane; one on Sunday, 16 September at the Enmore in Sydney; and one on Tuesday, 18
Remember the kids in the band called Hanson…MMMbop…? Well they’ve announced Australian tour dates for September on the back of return from a 7-year absence, and a new album titled Shout It Out. Frontman (it’s weird saying man) Taylor Hanson recently confirmed MMMbop would be on the setlist along with an AC/DC cover: “It’s been