A well-liked actor and singer, Donny Osmond. But some people might not be aware that before beginning a solo career, he first performed as a family act with his four older brothers.
He made sure to support his brothers in all aspects of their lives even after starting a solo career. He never forgot about his brothers.
Merrill Osmond, Donny Osmond’s older brother, is a talented performer as well. The elder Osmond announced his final show a few months ago, and Donny made sure he was there to see the iconic performance.
The musician shared a picture of a touching moment he had with his brother while performing on stage, in which Donny gave his elder brother a firm hug from behind.
He added a nice remark to the photo, saying, “It was a night I’ll never forget. I attended my brother Merrill’s last concert in the US. I began to sing along with the crowd of admirers cramming the Westgate theatre, where we gave a joint performance in the 1970s, as I watched him play.
At the conclusion of the performance, he invited me to join him, and as he sang his final song, I couldn’t help but offer my brother a kind farewell embrace.
The Osmonds were made up of all of us, but Merrill’s vocal was what gave the music its sound. It was a fantastic time. Thank you, my brother.”
This loving exchange between the two brothers is really endearing. It is very lovely that Donny not only attended his brother’s final concert in Las Vegas but also shared a sweet photo and comment thanking his brother for his support of his younger brother’s career.
Donny spent several years performing as “The Osmonds” with his four elder siblings. Throughout the middle of the 1970s, the ensemble enjoyed enormous fame. They received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2003 in honour of their contributions to music.
It was a night I'll never forget. I went to my brother, Merrill's final performance here in the US. As I watched him, I turned into a fan myself as I sang along with all of the other fans packing the Westgate theater, where we performed together in the 70's. pic.twitter.com/Ja8q5vzgTw
— Donny Osmond (@donnyosmond) April 7, 2022