Hanson is an American band consisting of the three brothers Isaac (17 november 1980), Taylor (March 14, 1983) and Zac (22 October 1985) Hanson. The boys were first adopted by in Flanders and Netherlands in 1997 with their hit MMMBop, from the album Middle of Nowhere. MMMBop was in 27 countries on the first place in the charts, giving the band three Grammynominations in 1998.
Next, the quieter around Hanson, but over the past few years they released 4 more albums. Namely "This Time Around" (2000), "Underneath" (2004), "The Walk" (2007), "Shout It Out" (2011). The last 3 albums have they released under their own management. After difficulties with their last record company, they decided to start their own record label, 3CG Records that was baptized.
On their last album "The Walk" is the song "Great Divide" that can be downloaded over the internet and whose proceeds to hiv/aids and poverty reduction in Africa.
In June 2011 they gave a performance at the Pinkpop music festival in Netherlands. In 2011, the band had a guest role in the clip of Katy Perry Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.).