Performer Donny Osmond was born in Odgen, Utah on Dec. 9, 1957. He appeared on The Andy Williams Show five-years-old with his sibs in the Osmond Brothers. Due to some powerful Mormon upbringing, Donny and his family had a clean cut picture. He became
Singer, actor, television personality. Created Donald Clark Osmond on December 9, 1957, in Odgen, Utah. An all-natural entertainer, Donny Osmond started performing with his older brothers within the Osmond Brothers when he was a young kid. Alan, Wayne, Merrill, and Jay Osmond had already been singing together for several years before adding Donny to the group.
Initially the group sang barbershop quartet style harmonies on spiritual content, but they later featured more popular stuff in their act. Dedicated with their Mormon religion, the Osmond Brothers were known because of their squeaky clean image.
He functioned as the lead vocalist on several of the group’s tracks, including their very first big hit, “One Bad Apple,” which spent five weeks in the very top of the pop charts in 1971. For much of the early 1970s, the group developed an avid teen fan base with a few calling it “Osmondmania” after the sooner craze over the Beatles known as Beatlemania.