Celebrity News : The American band, formed by the brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson, will carry out a tour to celebrate a quarter of a century as a grouping
American band Hanson, made up of brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson, will tour to celebrate 25 years as a group. According to the portal Entertainment Weekly, the tour called The Middle of Everywhere 25th Anniversary World Tour will begin May 21 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they originated.
“Making music together for 25 years is a milestone that we had to acknowledge, and what better way to do it than with an anniversary tour”said Taylor Hanson, comments that were taken up by the portal.
“This year is not only about the two decades of music, it’s about celebrating the incredible community of fans who have been with us, singing along year after year” Isaac adds.
As part of the tour, Hanson will be present in Germany, Holland, France, Belgium, France, and England. In addition, by the end of 2017, the brothers will release a Christmas label that will be named Ooh Christmas.
The Hanson brothers enter into the music scene in 1997. Hanson soon found a place in the difficult world of music. Isaac, Taylor, and Zachary made it very clear from the beginning: to make pop fun, in clear contrast to the sounds that dominated in the mid-1990s, such as grunge, which had been imposed throughout the United States and Europe.
The song “Mmmbop” was his cover letter and became an entire hymn. It was all a declaration of principles, the claim of three children who wanted to demonstrate that, above all, they were musicians. In his album, “Middle of Nowhere” participated in the difficult production task, Steve Lironi, who had worked with artists Such as Beastie Boys and Beck.
After the song “Mmmbop” sounded all over Tulsa, the group signed a contract with Mercury Records. It was then that they found Steve Lironi, their producer, who participated in the instrumental arrangements of their first album that finally was called “Middle of Nowhere”. Their first appearance in the American charts took them directly to number 13.
Taking advantage of the success of the group, the three brothers published that same year, 1997, an album with songs of Christmas called “Snowed In”. A year later, a live album that compiled its best songs was published in The United States. By mid-1998 the American band had already sold 8 million copies and had won three Grammy nominations.