Monday, March 31, 2008

In defense of (uh) Hanson?

Some friends have encouraged me to get personal on the blog. So here goes...

I sang in a collegiate a cappella group, Cornell's Cayuga's Waiters, from 1998-2000. And full disclosure: I was rejected from the group. Twice. Hey, third time's a charm.

My biggest problem was always singing in a quartet. I didn't trust myself (or my ear) and would lose the part. Which is why I'm posting this clip. Say what you will about the brothers Hanson, but this little trio isn't easy to pull off. Pay a little respect to (yes) Hanson.

3 comments:

Morgen Culler said...

Hanson is seriously way more talented than people give them credit for. Thank you for giving the insite that all Hanson fans see to other people.


-Morgen Culler(Dedicated "Fanson)

Shari said...

Hanson's harmonies are about the best in the music business. It can definitely been heard in the You Tube videos of Change in my life. So check them out and listen to more of their songs. You won't be disappointed.

Andrew said...

I always thought as much but apparently, it *is* required that you tuck your hair behind your ear when you sing a cappella.