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Donny Osmond

Donny Osmond has been in show business from an age when most children are still becoming accustomed to getting on the school bus in the morning, and in a career that's spanned six decades, he's made a name for himself in nearly every field of contemporary entertainment, most notably music, but also theater, film, radio, and television, and shown that it's possible to grow and mature as a performer while holding on to the wholesome, family-friendly reputation that's always been part of his public persona.

Donald Clark Osmond was born on December 9, 1957; he was the seventh of nine children born to George and Olive Osmond, a devout Mormon couple from Ogden, Utah. George Osmond earned his living selling real estate and insurance, but he loved to sing, and when his sons developed an enthusiasm for music, he helped them form a barbershop quartet. The vocal group began performing regularly in Utah, and they landed an audition to appear on The Lawrence Welk Show. Welk turned the Osmond Brothers down, but while they were in California, George took the boys to Disneyland, and they began harmonizing with a strolling barbershop quartet during their visit. The Osmond Brothers were good enough to attract the attention of park management, and later Walt Disney himself, and were chosen to perform on a television special, Disneyland After Dark, in 1962. That appearance led to a regular spot on The Andy Williams Show, beginning later that same year. In 1963, Donny joined his older brothers Alan, Wayne, Merrill, and Jay in the singing group, and they were regulars on the Williams show until 1969; they were also frequent guests on Jerry Lewis' comedy-variety hour, which ran from 1967 to 1969.

As the Osmond Brothers grew older and the face of popular music continued to change, the boys wanted their act to have a more contemporary appeal, and they retooled themselves as a polished pop/rock combo, with the brothers playing instruments as well as singing. Mike Curb signed the group, now called the Osmonds, to MGM Records, and they went to Muscle Shoals, Alabama to record with producer Rick Hall, whose credits ran the gamut from Wilson Pickett and Etta James to Tommy Row and Paul Anka. Hall's first single with the Osmonds, 1971's "One Bad Apple," became a number one hit, and it was the first in a long string of chart successes for the group. The Osmonds appeared regularly in teen magazines such as 16 and Tiger Beat, thanks to the appeal of their well-crafted records and dynamic live shows, and Donny was often singled out as teen heart-throb material for his well-scrubbed good looks. MGM wasted no time in capitalizing on this, and Donny's first solo single, "Sweet and Innocent," was released in 1971. It rose to number seven on the Billboard pop charts, and the follow-up, "Go Away, Little Girl," went all the way to number one. Donny continued to enjoy solo hits, as well as performing and recording with the Osmonds, who became more ambitious in the recording studio, dipping their toes into harder rock on 1972's Crazy Horses, and crafting a spiritually oriented concept album with 1973's The Plan. In 1973, the lone Osmond sister, Marie, made her recoding debut, scoring a hit single with a cover of "Paper Roses." By the mid-'70s, the Osmonds' popularity was beginning to fade in the notoriously fickle world of teen pop, but in 1976, Donny and his sister Marie became the hosts of a weekly television variety show, with the other Osmond siblings making frequent appearances over the course of the show's run. Donny & Marie was a hit in the ratings, and in 1978, Donny & Marie even starred in a movie, Goin' Coconuts, but viewership began to decline during the third year, and in 1979, midway through its fourth season, the series went off the air.

In the '80s, Donny's career hit a dry spell, particularly after a Broadway revival of George M. Cohen's Little Johnny Jones, with Osmond in the lead, closed after a single performance in 1982. Osmond set out to once again reshape his image into something sleeker and hipper, and he made cameo appearances in Jeff Beck's 1985 music video for "Ambitious," as well as Luis Cardenas' 1986 clip for "Runaway." In 1989, Donny recorded a new album after Peter Gabriel, who met Osmond at a charity event, offered him use of his Real World recording studio in Bath, England. The new album, simply titled Donny Osmond, was a solid, dance-friendly contemporary pop recording, but Osmond's management and record label feared his bubblegum history might work against the album, and they struck upon a novel promotional gimmick. The album's first single, "Soldier of Love," was released to radio as a new song from a "mystery artist," and it gained airplay as listeners wondered whom the singer might be. The gambit worked -- "Soldier of Love" became a major hit, and the album followed it into the upper reaches of the charts.

Osmond released another contemporary pop album, Eyes Don't Lie, in 1990 which, while not as successful as its immediate predecessor, fared well on the charts. In 1992, Osmond returned to the musical stage, starring as Joseph in the Toronto production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; the show was a critical and popular success, with Osmond racking up over 2,000 performances between 1992 and 1997, and in 1999, when Webber created a film version of the musical for television broadcast and home video release, Osmond once again played Joseph in a cast that also included Richard Attenborough and Joan Collins. In 1998, Osmond provided the singing voice of Shang in the Disney animated feature Mulan, and in the fall of the same year, he and his sister Marie returned to television, starring in a daytime talk show that ran until the spring of 2000. Donny also returned to the recording studio to cut a holiday-themed album, Christmas at Home, and in 1999, published an autobiography, Life Is Just What You Make It, in which he openly discussed the ups and downs of his career, the burden of his public image, and his struggle with panic disorder.

In 2001, Osmond released This Is the Moment, an album dominated by songs from Broadway shows, and followed it in 2002 with Somewhere in Time, a collection of love songs which featured a new version of "Puppy Love" (a hit for Donny in 1972), and "No One Has to Be Alone," which Osmond recorded for the animated feature The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water. In 2002, Osmond became the new host of the long-running television game show Pyramid, and in 2004, he returned to pop music with the album What I Meant to Say, his first collection dominated by original material since Eyes Don't Lie; it included the single "Breeze on By," which rose to the Top Ten of the British pop charts. In 2006, Osmond appeared as Gaston in the Broadway production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast, earning enthusiastic reviews, and in 2007, he became a guest commentator on Entertainment Tonight, just in time to cover his sister Marie's stint on the fifth season of Dancing With The Stars, in which she finished in third place. Marie's run on Dancing with the Stars prompted her and Donny to begin performing together again, and in 2008, they launched a revue at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, while Donny made a surprise return to the big screen in the Martin Lawrence comedy College Road Trip. In the fall of 2009, Donny took his own turn on Dancing with the Stars, and won the grand prize; he followed that up with an eclectic new album, 2010's The Entertainer, which included new interpretations of his earlier hits and pop standards, as well as a handful of new tunes. In 2010, Donny became the host of a syndicated radio show, The Donny Osmond Show, described as "a lifestyle-oriented music radio show," which was broadcast in both the United States and the United Kingdom. And in 2011, Donny & Marie reunited in the recording studio for their first album together since 1978, simply titled Donny & Marie. Three years later, he returned with The Soundtrack of My Life, a covers collection of songs that have meant a lot to him over the years. ~ Mark Deming
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Selected Discography


Track List: The Soundtrack Of My Life (Deluxe)

1. My Cherie Amour (Feat. Stevie Wonder)

2. Ben

3. Peg

4. The Gift Of Love

5. Could She Be Mine

6. I've Got You Under My Skin

7. Baby Love

8. Moon River

9. Your Song

10. The Long And Winding Road

11. Don't Give Up (Feat. Laura Wright)

12. Survivor

13. Broken Wings

14. I Who Have Nothing


Track List: Baby Love

1. Baby Love


Track List: The Long And Winding Road

1. The Long And Winding Road


Track List: My Cherie Amour

1. My Cherie Amour (feat. Stevie Wonder)


Track List: The Definitive Collection

1. One Bad Apple

2. Sweet And Innocent

3. Go Away Little Girl

4. Yo-Yo

5. Hey Girl

6. Puppy Love

7. Too Young

8. Why

9. The Twelfth Of Never

10. Are You Lonesome Tonight

11. I'm Leaving It (All) Up To You

12. Morning Side Of The Mountain

13. A Little Bit Country-A Little Bit Rock 'N Roll

14. Soldier Of Love

15. Sacred Emotion

16. Any Dream Will Do

17. Crazy Horses

18. Breeze On By


Track List: From Donny With Love

1. Puppy Love

2. How Deep Is Your Love

3. Breeze On By

4. Could It Be I'm Falling In Love

5. Let's Stay Together

6. The Twelfth Of Never

7. How Long

8. This Is The Moment

9. Right Here Waiting

10. This Guys In Love

11. What I Meant To Say

12. In It For Love

13. If

14. I Can See Clearly Now

15. When I Fall In Love

16. Seasons Of Love

17. Whenever You're In Trouble

18. You Are So Beautiful


Track List: Love Songs Of The '70s

1. I Can See Clearly Now

2. Sometimes When We Touch

3. Let's Stay Together

4. Laughter In The Rain

5. When I Need You

6. How Long

7. Mandy

8. You Are So Beautiful

9. Will It Go Round In Circles

10. How Deep Is Your Love

11. Alone Again (Naturally)

12. If


Track List: What I Meant To Say

1. What I Meant To Say

2. Breeze On By

3. Keep Her In Mind

4. One Dream

5. In It For Love

6. Right Here Waiting

7. My Perfect Rhyme

8. Shoulda' Known Better

9. Whenever You're In Trouble

10. Insecurity

11. This Guy's In Love With You

12. Broken Man


Track List: Various: Somewhere In Time (US Version)

1. Without You

2. I Can't Go For That

3. All Out Of Love

4. Could It Be I'm Falling In Love

5. Don't Dream It's Over

6. After The Love Has Gone

7. Would I Lie To You

8. I'm Not In Love

9. Puppy Love

10. Happy Together

11. Don't Give Up On Us

12. No One Has To Be Alone

13. Crazy Horses


Track List: 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection

1. Sweet And Innocent

2. Go Away Little Girl

3. I Knew You When

4. Hey Girl

5. Puppy Love

6. Too Young

7. Why

8. Lonely Boy

9. The Twelfth Of Never

10. Young Love

11. A Million To One

12. Are You Lonesome Tonight


Track List: This Is The Moment

1. Seasons Of Love

2. This Is The Moment

3. Luck Be A Lady

4. Our Kind Of Love

5. It's Possible

6. At The Edge Of The World

7. Not While I'm Around

8. Solla Sollem

9. No Matter What

10. Immortality

11. I Know The Truth

12. You've Got A Friend In Me

13. Give My Regards To Broadway


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I have loved Donny since I was 7 years old. I am 53 now and still love him.
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Fan forever!
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I have loved this man since 1967. I was 4 years old. I am now 53 and still love him.
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All the Osmond's are honey to my ears����
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Loved this man since I was 8. Now 54. He is amazing!
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Going to see him in Concert on Feb1st!
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Donny get well soon you stil have great voice love hering you sing the old song Love the new song too

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Been a fan since I was 12, just love him and his family.
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Actually the Osmond Brothers were before MJ or the J5, they started in 1962 or 1963 on the Andy Williams show.
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BLATANT white answer to MJ and the J5, but i don't care LOL makes me feel like i'm 10 years old again
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move. Tank for
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move. Tank. Fir
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He was great in Joseph and the amazing technicolor dream coat!
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Donny I just saw u on the View Love your morality!! I also have been married to the love of my life for 40 years. We saw u and Marie in Vegas about 3 years ago. You were incredible Walking on the tables. U touched u hand and it was the thrill of my life! Love ya and always will. Patti
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I love your songs!!!!! They are wonderful. You are my favorite artist!!
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Love you and Debbie Donnie Osmond. You are the best
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Happy Birthday Donny...much love to you..Have a wonderful day...I love you Donny!!!!
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I love you Donny Osmond
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I had the privilege of meeting some of the Osmonds in person: Marie in the Temple, (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints). She and her family are as loving and wonderful in person as they are on stage. I also met her Uncle years ago. He had cancer, as I did. He was super kind and he even celebrated my cure and visited the Hawaii Temple with me. I cannot imagine a nicer family. Any Yes! I've loved their music long before I ever listened to the Missionaries and joined the church.
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I will always be an Osmonds fan...they are an awesome part of my childhood and are still a part of me today!!!!
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My mom loves Donny Osmond and we listen to his music every now and then and she tells me about how when she was younger she would listen to his music all the time ((:
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gaong Cloe. Luach Box.
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Parent. Girt. Crad.
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Go Joseph go I love grant
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go a way little girl remind me of the young girl i had a crush when i was in high school
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Loved Donny since I was 11 and I still love the sound of his voice. It was no wonder Mulan and Shang are my favorite of Disney's movie's and I didn't even know it was Donny at that time.
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Happy Birthday Donny!
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Happy birthday Donny osmond
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Great song
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Good job on this song Donny
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Nice commentary about him. He's gonna fool around and get a lifetime achievement award, both him and Marie, maybe even the brothers too.
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I just wish you all would only play Donny Osmond music music when i type in Donny Osmond! not all this other music along with it. JUST PLAY DONNY OSMOND MUSIC WHEN I TYPE IN DONNY OSMOND PLEASE!!!!!!
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Wished I could meet him.
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LOOOOVE THIS!- JOE JACKSON SAID HIMSELF HE COPIED THEM!!!-(WOR K ETHIC!!!)/ But I love it because I love Him!!!-Donny and Micheal! THE STANDARD!!!
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A sweet talent in a musical family
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I was in Chicago in the winter of 1994 staying at the Stouffer Riviere (down the street from the Chicago Theater) and I ran into Donny in the elevator one day. He was staying there while doing Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. I was pregnant at the time and he smiled and asked me if I knew what I was having & I was almost too nervous to answer!! Very sweet & gracious.
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awesome voice
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i do love Donny osmond song to.
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happy birthday Donny!
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I saw Donny and Marie at Shelby MI during our Asparagus Festival performance. I showed up to purchase my tickets first thing and got a front row center stage seat with my husband. It was a dynamite performance. I even wore a lavender dress! Ha ha. He was my heart throb in my young years.. My dream to see him/them in our small town!
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love him still to this day!!
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I don't have his cds I been a fan since I was a litte girl to this day you will me forever your voice makes me sleep your hands takes me to bed love me too forever you need me in your arms I;am yours forever
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I have been and Osmond Fan since I was 11 yrs old and even to this day. I live in las vegas and would like to go see Donny and Marie at the Flamingo.
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I don't have his cds I been a fan since I was a litte girl to this day
you will love me forever your voice makes me sleep your hands takes me to bed you love me too forever you need me in your arms I;am yours forever
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I love this style of music so much more than the "bubblegum" music of the 70's. It was great back then, don't misunderstan d , but we all have to grow up sometime and it's nice to hear the more updated songs that show Donny's real, raw talent!
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I've been a fan since I was a little girl. To this day I think I would scream like a little girl if I ever got to see him.
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It is very aggravating when you have Donny Osmond radio and in over an hour's time do not hear even ONE song by him! I understand you have to play variety, but that is ridiculous!
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WHY don't you have Donny's Christmas album?
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