Hanson‘s String Theory symphonic tour kicks off Aug. 18 with a stop in Nashville this fall. They’re also releasing an album in conjunction with the tour.
Now that their 25th Anniversary World Tour is over, the Grammy-nominated trio is ready for a new adventure. This musical project is unlike any other they’ve done before.
According to the release, this tour “brings together an exciting collaboration of song craftsmanship and symphonic majesty, framing the established trio’s music through a special collaboration with Academy award-winning arranger David Campbell.”
The tour will allow Hanson to share the stage with leading symphonies at some iconic venues. Included in those incredible venues is Nashville’s own Schermerhorn Symphony Center. They’ll make their way to Music City on Oct. 18 to play alongside the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.
The album, which will drop this fall, will include brand new and rearranged recordings with full symphonic orchestration. The band recordings were produced by Hanson and mixed by Grammy-winning Producer and Engineer Jim Scott. The symphonic composition was recorded in Prague and led by arranger David Campbell. New Hanson recordings were engineered by Craig Alvin with additional production and engineering credits including past collaborators of the band, Danny Kortchmar, Joe Chicarelli, Steve Churchyard, Greg Wells and CJ Eiriksson.