Hanson, an American pop rock band formed by brothers Isaac, Taylor, and Zac Hanson, are best known for the the 1997 hit song "MMMBop" from their debut album Middle Of Nowhere. The band made its debut on radio in April 1997. People started know more about a family band including three brothers with long blond hair and high-pitched voices. While many bands rise and disappear quickly, the young trio from Tulsa, Oklahoma has continued to produced their albums and have established their own record label. They even flied to Africa to help the fight against AIDS and poverty. They made a decision of celebrating their longevity with "Five of Five" special concert series at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City. It seems that they are very busy with workload which may make ordinary people stressed. Let's have a take a look at their preparation and a day in life.
Taylor Hanson takes a photo at Le Pain Quotidien
13pm: The young trio walked to Waldorf Astoria to have a telephone interview.
13:45pm: Isaac Hanson left Waldorf Astoria.
13:59pm: Hanson took taxi to the Gramercy Theatre in New York City.
14.pm: Tickets for Hanson show were sold out some days ago.
14:31pm: The Hanson waited in the backstage.
16:16pm: Their last rehearsal
16:20pm: Hanson had a break.
20:30pm: The exciting atmosphere at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City
20:40pm: Live show commenced
The band performed each of their four previous albums.
Taylor, Zac and Isaac Hanson during a 2008 concert in Vancouver, British Columbia during their "Walk Around The World Tour".
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