Isaac Hanson 2022: Age, biography, net worth, the Hansons

AUSTIN, TX - MARCH 16: Isaac Hanson of Hanson performs at the Grammy Block Party during SXSW Music at the Four Seasons Hotel on March 16, 2017 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Sasha Haagensen/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Remember the Oklahoma trio Hanson from the 1990s? Today is the 41st birthday of their lead vocalist, Isaac Hanson.

Clark Isaac Hanson, the eldest of the Hanson brothers, was born on November 17, 1980, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is best known as a member of the American pop-rock band The Hansons. Taylor and Zac, his two younger brothers, join him.

Taylor adds keyboards, vocals, and percussion to Isaac’s guitar, bass, and piano. On the other hand, Zac plays drums, vocals, and the piano.

Isaac, who stands 5 ft 10 in, led the band to success. With the success of their hit song “MMMBop,” the band skyrocketed with the release of their debut album, “Middle of Nowhere.” They received three Grammy nominations for “MMMBop,” including Best New Artist, Record of the Year, and Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.

According to public records, Isaac married Nikki Dufrense on September 30, 2006, at the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He met his wife at one of their concerts in New Orleans in 2003.

According to People Magazine, Isaac now has three children: Clark Everett, James Monroe, and Nina Odette.

Isaac told People in 2020:

“After more than five years of not having a baby in the house, having our first little girl is going to be fun. I know that Everett and Monroe are excited about being big brothers.”

Isaac Hanson’s net worth is estimated to be $20 million by Celebrity Net Worth.

This is attributed to his work with The Hansons. The band has released ten studio albums, the most recent being “Red Green Blue” in May 2022.

In addition, they have released four live albums, six compilation albums, 25 extended plays, and two demo albums.

The Hansons have toured 18 times to date. The most notable was their “Middle of Everywhere: 25th Anniversary Tour.” They made nearly $1,000,000 while touring the Americas, Europe, and Australia.

According to a recent Instagram post, Isaac is preparing for a sold-out show in Melbourne, Australia, as part of their current “RGB” Tour.