Hanson much more than just Mmmbop

Hanson interview

I had a moment to catch up with Isaac from the Hansons last week to talk about their performance at the Kelowna Community Theatre on Jan 24th.

Audio highlights:

1:39 This is their first truly extensive Canadian tour.
5:00 Isaac talks about the transition to going independent in 2003.
5:45 Bad Christmas sweater choices.
11:00 Walk a mile barefoot. Have you done it? They have. Find out why.

For more information on the event go to: http://www.castanet.net/events/hanson_-_shout_it_out_world_tour/8028

Castanet is also running a competition to give away 4 free tickets to the concert. Here are the details:

Kelowna Community Theatre has four tickets to give away for the show, and you can win them by showing us your most unfashionable Christmas sweater.

We all know that almost everyone has that one Christmas sweater that’s so ugly you’d only wear it one day a year, and we want to see photos of you sporting that awful apparel.

Send us a photo of you or your loved one rocking a bad Christmas sweater (to [email protected]), and the most ugly one gets the free tickets!

Winner will be announced Friday, January 20th.

Here's a photo of the Hanson boys in their ugly sweaters:

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About the Author

Ryan Donn is a singer/songwriter, event producer, digital creative, and Councillor at the City of Kelowna

I love creating songs, which have been used by the Terry Fox Run, Kelowna’s Centennial Celebration, or heard on various local radio stations. 

In the past few years, I've focused on creating community events including Music in the Park, New York New Years, Castanet’s Free Family Skate, Talented Kids, Talented Kelowna, and others.

Originally from Scotland, I’ve lived in Kelowna for over 20 years. My wife, Kimberly, and our two daughters, Lyla and Bella, share our home with Tom (adult with diverse abilities).

In 2014, I was elected to Kelowna City Council. 

Opinions are my own, and don't represent the City of Kelowna, Festivals Kelowna or Creative Okanagan. 

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