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It's a rare feat for an entertainment act to celebrate a 50th anniversary, but everyone knows the Osmonds are a rare treat. Performing together for the first time in 27 years, the clan pulled out all the stops for a sold-out crowd at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas in 2007. The concert includes all of the chart-topping hits by each incarnation — the Osmond Brothers together, then Donny and Marie, each as a soloist. The Osmond Brothers hits "One Bad Apple," "Down by the Lazy River," "The Proud One," "Having a Party," "Double Loving," and "Yo Yo" are all there. Donny's stint includes his solo hits "Breeze on By," "Puppy Love," and "Soldier of Love." Marie's solo set includes "Paper Roses" and a Broadway medley. Slice it any way you want, but the Osmonds' musical prowess has been practically unparalleled for half a century, never going out of style, never acting in bad taste, and always entertaining. [Please note that some of the aforementioned tracks are featured exclusively in Collector's Edition CD and DVD packages.]

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They Won Me Over

Like a lot of people, I had the perception of the Osmonds as this kitschy, squeaky clean family act from the 70's. Little by little I was exposed to more of their repertoire by a friend who loves Donny Osmond's adult contemporary albums from the 90's. Then I watched the PBS special. Disregarding for a moment the audience packed with long time Osmond fans, these guys (and Marie) put on a really good show. Their harmonies are tight and they really enjoy what they are doing. This is an enjoyable album and I recommend it to anyone curious about the Osmonds and curious about how they hold up thirty years after their heyday.

Great music, huge talent, & lots of fun!!!!!!!

I have been a huge Osmond fan for many, many, (many) years. They are a very talented family and this concert was one of their BEST - lots of fun. What a great album


I was fortunate enough to have attended this concert & listening to this album brings back all the wonderful memories!!! The Osmond's are great performers & I highly recommend this!


Formed: 1959 in Ogden, UT

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Following the breakout success of the Jackson 5 in 1970, it was practically inevitable that a pre-existing quintet of brothers, who had already enjoyed almost a decade in the national spotlight, would follow them to teen idol superstardom. With dynamic youngest brother Donny as a focal point (much like Michael was for the Jacksons), the Osmonds did exactly that, enjoying a run of massive popularity during 1971-1972. While their success as a unit began to wane and had flickered out by the end of 1974,...
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