You might just be reading Hanson’s biggest cheerleader review of Hanson’s New Release Anthem Hum? Where do I start?
From the beginning. Hanson started from the roots, Singing old tunes like
They sure have come along way since then…
Now Hanson’s New Release Anthem A much funkier and heavy rocking sound than Maroon 5, & Bruno Mars. Just to name a few. They do have their own style of corse, thats what keeps them apart from any other band out there. Vocally, melodically, lyrically.Their music makes you want to dance! Hanson gets down!
Always they’re brotherly harmonies are beautiful! The slow ballads sung by each one of them Isaac “For Your Love” Taylor “Tonight” and Zac “Juliet” that talk too and touch a young girls heart. Probably one of the main reasons they have so many hardcore fans that have grown up and stuck with these boys.
Three CD’s ago “Underneath” “The Walk” ” Shout It Out”. Young men started taking them more seriously and now also pack the audience. LOL, I could be their mother and I’m a huge big fan of theirs and have been since the beginning. To me this is great music! Anthem is by far the best. Or should I say my favorite?
Either way? Get over the MMMBop.. Open your ears and listen! I promise you will be a fan as well. Bone a fide Artist musicians!
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