Nathan is an accomplished singer, songwriter, producer, motivational speaker and has shared the stage with some of the industry’s biggest names. He is the son of 70’s pop star, Alan Osmond.
Ever since he was a child, Nathan remembers growing up on the set of the Donny & Marie Show. The late Bob Hope discovered Nathan and his brothers (The Osmonds 2nd Generation) and gave them their first National television appearance on his Christmas show back in 1986. Since then, he and his brothers have traveled to over 14 different countries, singing in many different languages. He did commercials for the Sumitomo Bank of Japan and served as youth chairmen for the Children’s Miracle Network. He appeared on the front covers of teen magazines everywhere.
During the early 90’s, Nathan and his brothers signed with both Curb Records and Epic/Sony in Europe and have had three songs in the top 40 in the U.K. He has also appeared on MTV, Good Morning America, Live with Regis and Kathy Lee, CBS This Morning, Entertainment Tonight, CNN and other major shows and networks. Nathan has performed to sold-out stadiums and arenas in the U.S., Europe and Asia. He and his brothers won the Golden Bell Award in Taiwan and were voted Branson, Missouri’s Best Young Group of the Year, three years in a row, being inducted into Branson’s Hall of Fame.
Nathan also appeared for two years on the North American tour of the hit musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He was also cast as Charlie Brown in the National tour of Your A Good Man Charlie Brown.
Nathan is currently focused on his solo Country career. He is proud to be releasing his first solo album this year called, “Feels Like Heaven.” Dean Sams of the hit country group, Lonestar. Produced four of the tracks on his album out in Nashville, TN. He finished recording his album in Muscle Shoals, AL with Grammy Award-winning songwriter & producer, Gary Baker. Nathan’s song, “Sweet” will be featured on CMT this year.
Turning the Tide talks with Nathan Osmond, Part 1
The Tailgate Song
Turning the Tide talks with Nathan Osmond, Part 2
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