Lisa Hartman Black Celebrated 67 with Look-Alike Daughter from Marriage Nurtured & Protected for 31 Years

    Lisa Hartman Black is an American singer and actress who rose to fame after her role in “Knots Landing” from 1982 to 1986. She also recorded some music, her most famous song being “If Love Must Go.”

    Now, Lisa is 67 and has a beautiful family with her husband of 31 years, Clint Black. Her daughter, with whom she runs the family business, wished her a happy birthday, along with many fans and friends.



    Lisa has taken a step back from the Hollywood spotlight and enjoys spending time with her family. She exhibited this when she posted a video of herself, her daughter, and her husband taking a walk together to promote a TV special in 2022.

    The former actress turned 67 on June 1st, 2023, and her daughter was among the first to wish her a happy birthday. Lily Pearl Black took to Instagram, where she shared a photo carousel of pictures of her mother.

    Lily thanked her mother for being her mom, best friend, and role model. She admitted wanting to be her mother when she grew up and said she loved her mother very much.


    One of the photos in the carousel was also featured in a 2021 Instagram post that Lisa made. It is a mirror selfie that her daughter took of the pair. Fans loved the photo, and one noted how Lily looked just like her mother, who also earned praises. The fan wrote:

    “Lisa… you are ageless and a beauty….”

    A comment left on an Instagram post by Lisa Hartman Black in 2021 | Source:

    A comment left on an Instagram post by Lisa Hartman Black in 2021 | Source:

    Lily grew up with her parents in the midst of their happy and loving marriage. The couple has often been asked how they did it. They have not been shy about sharing their secrets to their lasting union.

    Lisa Hartman Black Reveals the Secrets of Her 31-Year Marriage

    Lisa and Clint met backstage at one of his concerts in 1990 on New Year’s Eve. Clint had no idea who Lisa was, but when the couple met, they admitted it was like the world went into slow motion.


    Clint admitted he knew he was looking at someone special, even though he knew nothing about her and had never seen her on TV. The musician said all it took was looking into Lisa’s eyes to know she was unique.


    Clint and Lisa, who embarked on their first joint tour in 2021, have captivated fans’ hearts with their sweet love for one another and their enduring relationship in a world where most marriages suffer.


    When asked how they have remained madly in love for so many years, Clint openly revealed:

    “Love is something that you nurture and protect. We’ve grown together in our relationship and never apart.”


    Clint also said his wife had had an enormous influence on his life and that any love song he wrote after they met had something to do with who they were as a couple. They even released a few duets together.

    Lily Also Became A Singer

    When Lisa met her husband, she set aside her singing career. She mentioned that she had done what she wanted to in the music industry and knew her husband’s music career was more extensive and needed more attention.

    Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black at the "Albino Alligator" premiere in 1996 | Source: Getty Images

    Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black at the “Albino Alligator” premiere in 1996 | Source: Getty Images

    Yet Clint did not want to silence his wife and often sang with her. In fact, he enjoys telling the story of how he got Lisa back into a recording studio to sing “When I Said I Do” with him. He shared:


    “I go, ‘Sing this with me,’ because she would sing harmony with me on my favorite songs around the kitchen. So after two days, we’re singing this song, and she sounds great, and then I told her, ‘You’re going to have to record that with me.”

    She told him she would not record the song with him and that he ought to find a real singer to do it. When he asked her why she wouldn’t record the song with him, she revealed she was fearful because it seemed like a big deal.

    Lisa Hartman Black and Clint Black at the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards in 2015 | Source: Getty Images

    Lisa Hartman Black and Clint Black at the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards in 2015 | Source: Getty Images

    Clint managed to convince her to record the song by telling her that if she didn’t, he would find someone else to do it, and she would always look back on it and wish it had been her.

    The couple’s daughter has also dipped her toes in the singing pool. Lisa had watched her daughter develop a love for animals growing up and thought Lily would be a veterinarian. However, that assumption soon disappeared.


    One day, Lisa and Clint heard their daughter singing and realized she would probably not be a vet. Their thoughts were later confirmed when their daughter became interested in singing.


    The Blacks have turned singing into a family business and, in 2021, planned to take their act on the road via the show, “Mostly Hits & The Mrs.” Shortly after they announced their tour, they revealed their daughter would join them as an aspiring artist.

    Lily joined her mother and father on tour after she decided to take a gap year while studying music at Belmont University in Nashville. Clint had asked his daughter to join the tour while the family sat at their dining room table. Lily revealed that when her father suggested it, she screamed and almost cried.


    Lily considers her mother and father her best friends and, as an only child, has an extremely close relationship with them. This was not a coincidence, as Lisa made sure to nurture that relationship by stepping back from Hollywood to focus on raising her only child.

    Lisa and Clint fondly look back on their daughter’s childhood, knowing they did their best to always be there for her. They also nurtured her love of performing from a young age and are now the proud parents of an aspiring country artist.

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