Tulsa-based sibling trio Hanson is playing the second of a two-night stand at Irving Plaza in New York City tonight to celebrate the release of the band’s new album “Anthem.”
The group – Zac, 27, Taylor 30, and Isaac, 32, Hanson – celebrated its 21st anniversary as a band with a sold-out show Monday night at the NYC venue, according to MTV.
“We are going to celebrate 21 years of music,” Taylor told Monday’s crowd of enthusiastic New York City fans, many of whom had camped out overnight and traveled from as far as Florida to see the band perform.
Hanson kicked the night off by playing a set of six songs — to represent each of their six albums. The guys started with “Thinking of You” from their multiplatinum 1997 LP, “Middle of Nowhere,” and ended with “Fired Up” from their latest, “Anthem.”
Among the crowd favorites were songs like “Where’s the Love,” “Lucy,” “Penny and Me” and “If Only.” The trio also played their latest single, “Get the Girl Back,” according to MTV.
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