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March 14, 1983 (40)
Taylor Hanson is an American musician and singer-songwriter, best known as a member of the pop-rock band Hanson, which gained fame in the late 1990s with hits like “MMMBop” and “Where’s the Love.”
Taylor Hanson, alongside his brothers Isaac Hanson and Zac Hanson, hit the mainstream music scene with their debut album “Middle of Nowhere” in 1997. This album brought them a Grammy nomination and was followed by a series of other successful albums such as “This Time Around,” “Underneath,” and “Anthem.” These albums spanned various genres from pop and rock to more indie sounds, demonstrating Taylor’s versatility as a musician and singer-songwriter.
Over the years, Taylor Hanson has collaborated with a number of other musicians and artists, adding depth and breadth to his musical portfolio. Some of these collaborations include Weird Al Yankovic, John Popper of Blues Traveler, Tom Morello, Andrew W.K., and even iconic figures like Billy Joel. Additionally, Taylor has worked with John Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls, Carrie Underwood, Owl City’s Adam Young, and Lady A’s Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott.
Taylor Hanson and his bandmates received a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist in 1998. They also won several Billboard Music Awards, including one for Best New Pop Artist. The band’s contribution to the fight against AIDS and poverty in Africa garnered them an “Arjan Writes Award” for their single “Great Divide,” which saw all its proceeds donated to HIV/AIDS relief in Africa. In 2018, they were also honored with the Oklahoma Creativity Ambassador’s Medal by the State of Oklahoma for their significant contribution to the creative industries.