News to talk about how they've grown over the years and what it means to mark 25 years together as a band. While not many bands are able to make it to the level of success and recognition that Hanson has achieved over the years, there is also something to be said about their loyal fans who have stuck with them. But through it all, the "Fansons" have proven their dedication to the boy band. Don't stop, don't second guess, just stay the course," Zac explained. And while the adorable 90s band of three young silk-haired boys is the same in name and sound, the guys have transformed into young men with little ones of their own. He continued, "The thing that's cool about our lifestyles is we really have traveled and toured and worked since we were kids I think the main difference really is just that there's sort of even more of a posse, you know, as we've all had families.
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Isaac Hanson, songwriter
Steve Greenberg, executive producer
It's been more than 20 years since Hanson released their hit "MMMBop," and people who grew up listening to the catchy song have always wondered what it meant. Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson spoke to E! News about the song, being in a band for 25 years and their upcoming album. It represents the fact that time passes very quickly
Get the scoop from Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson.
We got a vocal coach in and tried to catch him on a good day. Both our parents were really supportive. I was 14, and my brothers Taylor and Zac were 12 and 10 respectively. We listened to a lot of doo-wop, which influenced the chorus of MMMBop. It really sticks in your head. We need to find a way to use it. A few days later, Taylor was sitting at the keyboard with an intense look on his face. We recorded it in a one-car garage, put it on an independent album and sold several thousand copies at local gigs. The original version was slower and more brooding, but it was rejected by all the record companies until it fell into the hands of Mercury, who felt they could turn it into a hit.
It was released in April as the lead single from their debut full length studio album, Middle of Nowhere The song was nominated for two Grammys at the 40th Annual Grammy Awards and is the band's most successful single to date. The song originally appeared on the independent album MMMBop with a slower tempo, but was reworked as an upbeat pop track by hit producers The Dust Brothers. That song started out really as the background part for another song.