The Legendary Osmonds to come to West Country for one-off show

PUBLISHED: 20:00 22 December 2017

The Legendary Osmonds.

The Legendary Osmonds.

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Music legends will perform their best hits at a concert in Bath.

The Osmond Brothers – Alan, Wayne, Merrill and Jay – recorded their first album in 1963 and since then, with the addition of Donny, Marie and Jimmy, have released more than 200 albums collectively and individually.

They have had a phenomenally successful recording career, having sold more than 100 million albums worldwide.

Variety is the key to success for this band, as they cover every genre imaginable, including pop, rock, disco, country, gospel and jazz.

With each album recorded, The Osmonds’ talents and abilities continued to grow musically and they still know how to touch the hearts of their fans.

The Legendary Osmonds will be at The Forum, in Forum Buildings in Bath, at 7pm on February 22.

Tickets, priced £30-75, are available from www.bathforum.co.uk or from 08448 889991.

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