The Osmond Brothers
The sons of George and Olive Osmond total eight, six of whom have been performing for decades for adoring fans around the globe. Virl, the eldest, and Tom have hearing difficulties and so have worked backstage for the good of the family. The performing Osmond Brothers are Alan, Wayne, Merrill, Jay, Donny, and Jimmy. Donny and Jimmy began to sing with the group as soon as they were old enough to participate. Wayne, Merrill, and Alan wrote many of the group’s hits in the 1970’s.
For some years now, the Osmond Brothers have been entertainment headliners in Branson, Missouri, having gone there at the invitation of late singer Andy Williams. Their performance schedule is always posted on their official website.
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The Osmonds comprised of Alan, Wayne, Merrill, Jay, and Donny released their hit song “Crazy Horses” 45 years ago, in 1972. The song was written by the three oldest brothers – Alan, Wayne, and Merrill – who were also fathers at the time. Merrill Osmond, the lead...
Throughout the years, I have been blessed to meet some of the members of the world-renown Osmond family through telephone conversations, emails and letters, and personal meetings. With each encounter, I have been thoroughly impressed by their genuineness, kindness,...