Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson Pose With All 39 Members of Their Family

There’s nothing quite like Hanson! Isaac, Taylor and Zach Hanson they took pictures with their entire family of 39 people at a festive holiday party.

“All 39 of us got to ‘the river and the forest,'” the “I Was Born” mother of three Diana Hanson, shared via Instagram on Wednesday, January 3. “What a celebration!!! Happy New Year🎉🥳🎉🥳❤️❤️.”

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The band, who rose to fame in 1997 with their Grammy-nominated hit “MMMBop,” stood on the steps next to their nuclear family as their siblings and other nieces and nephews gathered.

Isaac, Taylor and Zac – themselves the eldest of seven – share 15 children between them. Isaac, 41, is a proud father of three children and a wife Nicole Hanson: sons Everett, 15, and Monroe, 14, and daughter Odette, 8. Taylor, 39, and his wife, Natalie Hansonare mother and father to seven: sons Ezra, 21, River, 16, Viggo, 14, Indiana, 4, and daughters Penny, 17, Wilhelmina, 10, and Maybellene, 2. Zac, 37, and wife Kate Hanson they share sons Shepherd, 14, Abraham, 9, and Quincy, 22 months, and daughters Junia, 12, and Lucille, 6.

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The deep Hanson family, meanwhile, is made up of their parents, Diana and Walker Hansonand their siblings – Jessica Hanson, Mackenzie Hanson, Avery Hanson and Zoe Hanson – and their spouses and children.

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Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson Pose With All 39 Family Members: A photo of the whole family

The Hanson family. Courtesy of Diana Hanson/Instagram

Hanson lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the “Penny & Me” artists grew up and now runs their own record label, 3CG Records. (In addition to his time in the band, Taylor also founded and runs the Tulsa Food on the Move food program.)

The group has long had a close relationship with their family, who grew up on the road with them in the late ’90s and have accompanied them on tour for decades. In 2017, the band featured their family in their “I Was Born Music” video. Two years later, Mackenzie’s band, Joshua and The Holy Rollers, opened for Hanson on their Wintry Mix tour.

Isaac’s daughter, Odette, starred in the music video for Hanson’s 2022 single “Write You a Song,” from the trio’s 11th studio album, Blue Green Red.

“This song is about holding on to the things that matter most in life, those simple everyday moments that are precious and honest and go by so quickly,” the guitarist said in a statement about the song at the time. “Whether it’s between a parent and a child or a romantic relationship, it’s important to capture those events in photos, videos, and yes in songs, so that you remember them and make them last.”

In May 2021, Hanson told the exclusive Us Weekly that their children are following in their parents’ footsteps – whether the musicians like it or not.

“We keep trying to discourage them from starting a band and warn them of all the possible pitfalls, but there are a few guitar players and a couple of piano players, so we’ll see!” Isaac shared that time. “More than that, I think you want to encourage your kids to be the best they can be and to follow their skill sets and do something they feel good about with their lives. If that passion is music, then we want them to pursue it. If it’s doing surgery, then that’s fine too!”


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