The middle Hanson joins his all-growed-up bros at the Guvernment (1 Jarvis), Tuesday (July 31). $37.50. 416-870-8000.
What Toronto restaurant do you like to eat at before a show?
On a typical show day you're not exactly going out for a five-star meal - rock 'n' roll involves more grease and caffeine. Of course, there are some amazing restaurants in Toronto. We particularly like Le Sélect (432 Wellington West, 416-596-6405), a French place we enjoyed on our last trip.
How do you spend your day off in the city?
In the past, our days off have involved everything from shopping and moviegoing to art galleries and sailing. I hope to check out the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (952 Queen West, 416-395-0067) next time. Whew!
What do you love most about Toronto?
I really like the combo of the artsy shopping and restaurants of a big city with the attitude of a more laid-back town.
Most memorable border-crossing experience heading to Toronto?
Our crossings have generally been okay. We've had some colourful moments, like a recent show where we were all pulled out of our bunks to have passports checked at 3 am, and border security seemed particularly interested in the merch in our trailer - guess they found a few items in there to their liking.
What was the wildest time you've ever had in Toronto?
Don't want to scar anyone.