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|Underneath Acoustic Live|
|Released||July 27, 2004|
|Recorded||November 11, 2003|
|Label||3CG Records, Rhino Home Video|
Underneath Acoustic Live, is the third live DVD by American band Hanson. It was recorded on November 11, 2003 at The House of Blues in Chicago. The concert was shown in Regal Theaters throughout the United States on April 19, 2004and the DVD was released in the United States on July 27, 2004 and in the UK on February 7, 2005.
Hanson is an American pop rock band from Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, formed by brothers Isaac, Taylor, and Zac. Supporting members include Dimitrius Collins (guitar), and Andrew Perusi (bass) who have toured and performed live with the band since 2007. They are best known for the 1997 hit song "MMMBop" from their debut album released through Mercury/Polygram Records, entitled Middle of Nowhere, which earned three Grammy nominations. The group's label Mercury Records was merged with its sister labels and the band was moved to Island Def Jam Music Group. After releasing one album on Island Def Jam, the label and the group parted ways. Hanson has sold over 16 million records worldwide and have had three Top 20 albums in the US. They have had three Top 20 US Hot 100 singles and eight UK Top 20 singles. The band now records under its own independent record label, 3CG Records.
Jordan Taylor Hanson is an American musician best known as a member of the pop rock band Hanson. He was born in Jenks, Oklahoma, a suburb of Tulsa. He sings both lead and back-up vocals, and plays keyboard, percussion, guitar, harmonica, and piano. He is also the lead singer of supergroup Tinted Windows.
Live from Albertane is a live album by American pop rock group Hanson. As the name suggests, it is a live album, recorded during the group's Albertane Tour. Albertane is a fictional place referred to in their song "Man from Milwaukee".
This Time Around is the second studio album by American pop rock group Hanson, released in 2000. Although Hanson had several albums in between, This Time Around is their first standard studio release since 1997's Middle of Nowhere. This Time Around did not achieve the commercial success of its predecessor Middle of Nowhere. The album does not feature as many bubblegum pop style tunes as Middle of Nowhere; instead, Hanson opted to focus on a more classic rock sound, or as MTV.com stated, "stadium rock". The album also features numerous ballads, with songs such as "Sure About It" and "A Song to Sing" covering the themes of teenage insecurity and loneliness, much like "Weird" from Middle of Nowhere. Critically, This Time Around received mainly positive reviews. To date, it has sold over one million copies worldwide. This Time Around is the only Hanson album to date not featured on streaming services in the US.
Underneath is the third album by American pop rock group Hanson. It was released in 2004 by 3CG Records. It is the band's first release on their own independent record label. The making of the album was the main subject in Hanson's documentary film, Strong Enough to Break, that follows the band during the recording process and the struggles they faced to release it.
Wattstax was a benefit concert organized by Stax Records to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the 1965 riots in the African-American community of Watts, Los Angeles. The concert took place at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on August 20, 1972. The concert's performers included all of Stax's prominent artists at the time. The genres of the songs performed included soul, gospel, R&B, blues, funk, and jazz. Months after the festival, Stax released a double LP of the concert's highlights, Wattstax: The Living Word. The concert was filmed by David L. Wolper's film crew and was made into the 1973 film titled Wattstax. The film was directed by Mel Stuart and nominated for a Golden Globe award for Best Documentary Film in 1974.
"Penny & Me" is a song written and performed by American pop-rock band Hanson, produced by Hanson and Danny Kortchmar. It was the first single from the band's third commercial studio album, Underneath (2004). The song peaked at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales chart, number 28 on the Irish Singles Chart, and number 10 on the UK Singles Chart. It also reached the top 40 in Italy and was a minor hit in Germany and the Netherlands.
Strong Enough to Break is a documentary film directed by Ashley Greyson. It follows Hanson's struggle to record and release their third studio album Underneath, and the creation of their independent record label 3CG Records. The documentary was shown at many college campuses around the United States during their 2005 tour and also at the 10th Annual Hollywood Film Festival in 2006, where it was nominated for Best Documentary. The Strong Enough to Break DVD/CD was later issued via their official store.
Underneath Acoustic is a live EP by Hanson recorded in July 2003 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Only a select group of Hanson.net fan club members were invited to the private show. The EP was only released on the Hanson.net store.
"Underneath Your Clothes" is a song by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira for her third studio album and English-language debut, Laundry Service (2001). The power ballad was the second English language single released from the album; being released on February 13, 2002. It features lyrics by Shakira with music and production from Shakira and Lester Mendez. Lyrically, the song tells the story of the unconditional love that a woman has for her boyfriend, with lyrics about being worthy of somebody's love for being a good person and having maternal instincts.
The Walk is the fourth album by American pop rock group Hanson. It was released in Japan on February 21, 2007, in the UK on April 30, in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico on July 24, and in Italy on March 21, 2008. Being the second release of the band's own independent label, 3CG Records, this record is said by the band to be heavier than Underneath.
"If Only" is a song written and performed by American pop rock band Hanson. It was released outside the United States on April 3, 2000, as the lead single from the band's second studio album, This Time Around (2000). Featuring John Popper of the band Blues Traveler on harmonica, the song reached the top 10 in Australia, Finland, Italy, and Spain.
"Go" is a song written and performed by the pop-rock band Hanson. It is the second single from their fourth album, The Walk (2007), and the first single to be sung by youngest brother Zac Hanson.
"Thinking of You" is a song written and performed by the American pop-rock band Hanson. It was the fifth and final single from the band's debut album Middle of Nowhere (1997). The single was a success in Australia and Finland, reaching number six in both countries, and in New Zealand and the United Kingdom, where it peaked within the top 30. It did not chart in the United States, but in Canada it peaked at number 10 on the Canadian Singles Chart.
"Someone " is a song by American pop/rock band Hanson and French singer Emma Daumas. It was written mainly by Isaac Hanson while attending Miles Copeland's annual "songwriting bootcamp" at Château de Marouatte in France in May 2001. Daumas was chosen to collaborate with Hanson for this song. "Someone " was released on the French version of Hanson's album Underneath in February 2005, with rumors that a single would be released in the coming months. The single was not heavily promoted and a retail single was never released, although a few promo versions of the single were pressed in the UK, France and Canada. The song had some limited airplay on the radio.
"Lost Without Each Other" is a song written and performed by American pop-rock band Hanson. It was the second single from the band's third studio album, Underneath (2004). The song peaked at number 39 on the UK Singles Chart but failed to obtain any significant success elsewhere.
At the Fillmore, is the 2nd live DVD by American band Hanson. It was recorded on 27 June 2000 at The Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco. The concert aired on DirecTV throughout the summer of 2000 and the DVD was released in Japan, United States and Canada in April 2001.
Stand Up, Stand Up is a live acoustic EP released by Hanson, recorded at the Tulsa Little Theatre in May 2009 with an intimate crowd of about 700 fan-club members over two days. It features four acoustic versions of new Hanson tracks for their upcoming album Shout It Out, which was released on June 8, 2010, along with the album version of "World's on Fire"
Anthem is the sixth studio album released by American pop rock group Hanson. The album is the fourth release through their own label 3CG Records. The album was released on June 18, 2013 in the US and on July 1, 2013 in the UK and Europe. The album charted at No. 22 on the US Billboard 200, making it their eighth album to chart in the top 40 of the US Billboard 200; the album also charted on No. 5 on the US Independent Albums Chart.
"I Was Born" is a song written and performed by American pop rock band Hanson. It is the lead single from their compilation album, Middle of Everywhere – The Greatest Hits (2017). Lead vocals are provided by Taylor Hanson, with Isaac Hanson and Zac Hanson as backing vocals.
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