Hanson Coming to Stifel Theatre
Hanson is returning to St. Louis for a special show November 7, 2018 at Stifel Theatre. Hanson String Theory marks their 26th year of performing together as a band. This concert run includes a performance with some of the top symphonies in the world.
Over their first 25 years as the band HANSON, brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson have made a significant mark in music. Starting in 1992, they spent their first five years building a fanbase as an independent band in Tulsa, OK. After signing a record deal, they saw a meteoric rise with the 1997 international smash single “MMMBop” from their debut album Middle Of Nowhere followed by consecutive top 40 singles. A long line of hits, 5 more studio albums, multiple Grammy nominations and over 16 million album sales followed. Over their second decade, the band charted their own course, running an independent label while maintaining a coveted connection with their global fanbase. In 2007, they launched a grassroots campaign to support poverty and HIV/AIDS relief in Africa (TakeTheWalk.net). In 2013 they launched HANSON Brothers Beer, premiering their new venture with a signature Pale Ale, Mmmhops, and in 2014 they launched the hugely successful Hop Jam Beer and Music Festival in their hometown of Tulsa, which boasts 40,000 attendees annually. After a sold out world tour celebrating 25 years together, HANSON marks their 26th birthday with a musical experience unlike any other. HANSON STRING THEORY - a musical manifesto with new and career spanning works from HANSON, arranged by David Campbell, performed with the world’s leading symphonies.
Hanson was the inaugural band to play The Pageant in the Delmar Loop, and they have returned several times to perform there. For more information go to www.Hanson.net