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Yahoo! Live Concert Stream

Hanson Yahoo Chicago Live Stream

Yahoo! is live streaming Hanson’s show in Chicago tonight.

Head to Yahoo! Live at 5:30pm PT to watch the show.

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“With You In Your Dreams”

Solo piano version of “With You In Your Dreams” by Hanson, from a few months ago:

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“I Will Come To You”

Live acoustic video of “I Will Come To You” by Hanson:

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“A Minute Without You”

In this video from May 2007, Hanson play a live, semi-acoustic version of “A Minute Without You” to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the release of Middle Of Nowhere:

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Wall Street Journal Live

Hanson sat down last week for an interview with the Wall Street Journal — it’s interesting to hear a little about the financial side of running a band/label:

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Using Music to Learn Vocabulary: Part 3

Part 3 of After The Show’s “Using Music to Learn Vocabulary” has arrived!

1. Vagrancy: “Difference is Time” by Jason Boesel / Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band

Vagrancy is the state of wandering the land of an itinerant person without a home or regular employment.

2. Apocryphal: “Smarter” by Eisley

Apocryphal means erroneous or fictitious; of questionable authorship or authenticity; false.

3. Jonestown: “Highs and Lows of Being Number 1” by Jenny and Johnny

Jonestown, or the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project, was a cult led by Jim Jones. In November 1978, 918 people in Jonestown died in a mass-suicide / mass-murder.

4. Garish: “Get Well” by Noise Addict

Garish means obtrusively bright and showy, loud, or gaudy.

5. Watershed: “Watershed” (an unfinished, unreleased demo) by Hanson

A watershed is a ridge of high land dividing two areas that are drained by different river systems; a critical point that marks a division or a change of course; a turning point.

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