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Isaac Hanson Welcomes Daughter Nina Odette

Weighing 7 lbs., 15 oz., Nina Odette joins the couple’s sons Clark Everett and James Monroe.

Hanson Debuts MmmHops Beer

As if the sound of Hanson’s mega-hit “MMMBop” wasn’t intoxicating enough, the adorable band of brothers has produced something that could really get you buzzing: a new beer called – what else? – MmmHops.

The awesomely-titled IPA – created with the help of a craft brewery in their home state of Oklahoma, according to BeerPulse.com – was introduced by the brothers at The Hangover Part III afterparty in L.A. Monday night.

Dick Clark Dead at 82: Celebrity Fans Pay Tribute

Across the Twitterverse, celebrities expressed their sorrow at the passing of Dick Clark, the television icon who was dubbed “America’s Oldest Teenager” and welcomed generations to a new beginning every New Year’s Eve.

Responses ranged from the mournful to those that joyfully praised Clark’s legacy. But many simply recalled him as a legend.

Hanson's New Endeavor: MmmHops Beer

Hanson is expanding their empire once again, but this time it’s not with a new baby – or even a new album.

The band of brothers, who’ve been recording music and touring the world since they first shot to fame with their infectious hit “MmmBop” in 1997, are branching out.

Their newest endeavor: a beer called, wait for it, MmmHops.

After the buzz-worthy news hit the Internet Wednesday, Zac Hanson released a statement confirming the project.

Isaac Hanson and Wife Nikki Have a Boy!

The Hanson brothers’ brood has gotten even bigger.

On July 1, Isaac Hanson and his wife Nikki celebrated the arrival of their second son, James Monroe Hanson, in the family’s hometown of Tulsa.

Baby Monroe weighed in at 8 lbs., 11 oz., and joins older brother Clark Everett Hanson, 1. Both boys go by their middle names.

“The addition of Monroe to our family is incredible and exciting,” Isaac, 27, the eldest of the rock trio Hanson, told PEOPLE. “With Monroe and Everett being so close in age, it will be great to watch them grow up together.

Isaac Hanson Is Ready to Rock After Surgery

Isaac Hanson is doing “very well,” after a rib resection surgery last month, he tells PEOPLE.

“I am very excited to get out on the road,” says the 27-year-old Hanson, adding happily that his guitar playing shouldn’t be affected. “Let the rocking commence!”

Hospitalized in October for pulmonary embolism, Hanson underwent surgery to remove a blood clot, which required a follow up procedure to remove his first rib.

Isaac Hanson Says He's 'Feeling Lucky'

Isaac Hanson realized something was wrong while he was onstage in Dallas on Tuesday night: His shoulder started swelling and his right arm became numb.

“Having had this happen before, I started to be really suspicious of what it was,” the guitarist for the brother group Hanson told PEOPLE on Friday. “In the middle of the show, I said to someone: ‘We may need to go to the hospital.’ ”

Isaac Hanson Expected to Make 'Full and Swift' Recovery

Isaac Hanson of the brother group Hanson underwent “life-saving” surgery Thursday for a disease causing blood clots and is expected to be well enough to perform as early as next week, his rep says.

“Everyone in the Hanson camp are very pleased with the outcome of Isaac’s surgery,” the band’s rep, Ken Phillips, tells PEOPLE. “Isaac, Taylor and Zac are all looking forward to getting back out on the road doing what they love best, performing.”

Musician Isaac Hanson Hospitalized

Isaac Hanson, the oldest member of the brother band Hanson, was hospitalized in Texas with a pulmonary embolism, his rep said Wednesday.

Hanson, 26, was admitted to Baylor University Medical Center after suffering severe shoulder and chest pains after a Tuesday night show in Dallas, says rep Ken Phillips.

“He underwent several tests throughout the night and has been diagnosed with pulmonary embolism” – a clot in a blood vessel, says Phillips. “Isaac is currently undergoing treatment and will be re-evaluated shortly by doctors.”

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