All three Hanson brothers are married now and have 15 kids between them. How Issac met his wife is a dreamy story. Nicole (the lucky, lucky girl) is living every fan girl’s dream – she married her celebrity crush.
She was in one of the Hanson concerts when Issac spotted her from the stage. He got the stage manager to stop her from leaving after the show. The two married in 2006. When he’s not in dad mode or making music, Issac runs a beer company with his brothers.
Zac Hanson Now
After splitting with their record company over irreconcilable differences, Zac and his brothers formed 3CG Records. Their album “Underneath” debuted on Billboard’s Top Independent Albums Chart. No ordinary debut, but at Number 1.
The album is considered one of the most successful self-released LPs in music industry history. Zac has also made an appearance in Katy Perry’s music video. Today he's married and has five children!
Issac Hanson Then
Was it just us, or did others also spend every waking moment poring over Hanson’s CD booklet? Anyone? The boys were style icons. But Issac, the oldest brother, was particularly not keen on some of the creative choices. Like Taylor, he believed their style truly reflected who they were.
But at some point, the brothers needed a stylist – a fact that irked Issac to no end. Remember we mentioned those CD booklets? Issac thought some photographs were elaborate concepts that just didn’t fit. The fans loved them if that helps Issac!
New Kids on the Block
They weren’t the newest kids on the block in the ‘90s — step by step, they became the coolest. New Kids on the Block combined all the right stuff — dance moves and mad vocal chops. Unlike other bands, they executed all of it in sync too! In 1990, the band released the album “Step by Step,” which went straight to the top of the Hot 100 Singles Chart.
Four years later, the group disbanded. In 2008, the boys hit the road on the wildly successful NKOTBSB Tour with the Backstreet Boys. Yes, that happened, and we literally can’t even.
Jordan Knight Then
Most people don’t know this but during the ‘80s the world went still. It was the day Jordan Knight appeared, inducing mini love-fuelled cardiac arrests. Knight was only 14 when he joined New Kids on the Block and quickly became a favorite with teen girls. At 16, he composed a track called “I’ll Be Your Everything,” but manager, Maurice Starr, refused to add it to the band’s repertoire. Threatened much?
Knight offered the single to a singer named Tommy Page instead. The track, produced by Knight, reached No.1 on the Billboard charts and stayed there for 13 weeks.