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February 25, 1998 | ELYSA GARDNER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Of all the musicians hoping to win statuettes at tonight's Grammy Awards, none could be more excited than the three brothers in the pop group Hanson, whose deliriously catchy first single, "MMMBop," is a contender for record of the year. And none could be less likely to get liquor service at the after-show parties.
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April 5, 2000 | GEOFF BOUCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hanson is a real boy band--and if that sounds like an insult, then you're starting to understand the challenge facing the pop trio as it mounts a comeback from "Middle of Nowhere." In 1997, the three Hanson brothers of Oklahoma were at the forefront of a wave of youth pop that reshaped the music industry.
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April 5, 2000 | GEOFF BOUCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hanson is a real boy band--and if that sounds like an insult, then you're starting to understand the challenge facing the pop trio as it mounts a comeback from "Middle of Nowhere." In 1997, the three Hanson brothers of Oklahoma were at the forefront of a wave of youth pop that reshaped the music industry.
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July 14, 1998 | CHRIS ERSKINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
So here we are hyperventilating at the Hollywood Bowl, site of so much hyperventilation in the past. Great concerts. Historic albums. And now Hanson, those titans of teen music. Pop culture in its first trimester. "I can't believe we're actually here," says Erica Perez, 9, breathless in the back row on Sunday. "This is so awesome." Here's what I know about Hanson: There's three of them. They are brothers. One is about 4 years old.
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July 16, 1997 | ROBERT HILBURN, TIMES POP MUSIC CRITIC
What does it tell us about the state of pop music when the best single of the year so far was co-written by an 11-year-old? Should we look at the dizzy popularity and charm of Hanson's "MMMBop" as an encouraging sign that a new generation of tunesmiths is on the way? Or is the ease with which Hanson swept away the competition a sign that our veteran acts have run out of steam?
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July 14, 1998 | CHRIS ERSKINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
So here we are hyperventilating at the Hollywood Bowl, site of so much hyperventilation in the past. Great concerts. Historic albums. And now Hanson, those titans of teen music. Pop culture in its first trimester. "I can't believe we're actually here," says Erica Perez, 9, breathless in the back row on Sunday. "This is so awesome." Here's what I know about Hanson: There's three of them. They are brothers. One is about 4 years old.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 25, 1998 | ELYSA GARDNER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Of all the musicians hoping to win statuettes at tonight's Grammy Awards, none could be more excited than the three brothers in the pop group Hanson, whose deliriously catchy first single, "MMMBop," is a contender for record of the year. And none could be less likely to get liquor service at the after-show parties.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 16, 1997 | ROBERT HILBURN, TIMES POP MUSIC CRITIC
What does it tell us about the state of pop music when the best single of the year so far was co-written by an 11-year-old? Should we look at the dizzy popularity and charm of Hanson's "MMMBop" as an encouraging sign that a new generation of tunesmiths is on the way? Or is the ease with which Hanson swept away the competition a sign that our veteran acts have run out of steam?
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