FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. - The first time Taylor, Isaac and Zac Hanson visited KARE at the fair they were tow-headed teens hungry to make their mark on the music biz.
On Tuesday, some 17-years-later, the guys stopped by KARE 11 News at 4 to talk about their new album and how life has changed. The brothers Hanson have families, they've done projects away from their brothers, but still share the bond that allows their voices to melt together like butter.
KARE 11's Diana Pierce was at the old KARE building in August of 1996 when the Hanson boys walked in and politely asked if they could play a song or two on a newscast. They rocked the fair audience that day, and on Tuesday agreed to sing part of a new song. They even shared a group hug.