THE OSMONDS 50th ANNIVERSARY PBS SPECIAL Starring the OSMOND BROTHERS
With special guests DONNY, MARIE & JIMMY
'Osmondmania' Reignites with PBS Television Special
"The Osmonds 50th Anniversary Reunion"
Airing in March of 2008
Legendary music family THE OSMONDS will celebrate a historic 50th Anniversary in entertainment with an all-star music special for television on PBS, “The Osmonds 50th Anniversary Reunion,” starring The Osmond Brothers, with special guests Donny, Marie, and Jimmy, to begin airing in March of 2008.
Produced by Jimmy Osmond, the live concert special, taped before a live audience at The Orleans Hotel Showroom in Las Vegas, will feature all seven siblings---Alan, Wayne, Merrill, Jay, Donny, Marie, and Jimmy, performing many of their chart-topping hit songs. The show will mark the first time in many years that the entire Osmond family will reunite, performing together on the same stage. The special will also include cameo appearances by celebrity guests, including the legendary Andy Williams, video clips, and a mix of musical numbers.
It’s “Osmondmania” all over again as the packed-to-the-gills showroom at the Orleans with screaming fans from around the world celebrate this historic reunion concert. Included are some of the Osmond Brothers’ hit songs, “Lazy River,” “We’re Having A Party,” “Proud One,” “One Bad Apple,” “Double Loving,” and “Yo Yo.” Donny performs his hit singles, “Puppy Love,” “Breeze On By,” and “Soldier of Love,” and sister Marie entertains with her hit song “Paper Roses” and a medley of her Broadway repertoire, including songs from “The Sound of Music,” and the "King and I".
Donny and Marie team up and perform a medley of their famous hits, including: “I’m Leaving It All Up to You,” “Little Bit Country and Little Bit Rock & Roll,” “It Takes Two,” and Make the World Go Away,” while brother Jimmy Osmond performs one of his number one hit records “Long Haired Lover From Liverpool.” Jimmy, Donny and Marie join their brothers in performing a medley of “Love Me For A Reason,” “Let Me In,” “Crazy Horses,” “He Ain’t Heavy,” and “Through the Years.” They also pay a musical tribute to their two older brothers Virl and Tom and the Children’s Miracle Network (founded by their parents).
In their 50 historic years in entertainment, The Osmonds, collectively and individually have recorded 142 albums, selling 100 million copies world wide with 51 Gold or Platinum recordings. They have set concert attendance records around the world and continue their successful recording, television and performing careers, still breaking records across the globe.