Nathan George Osmond is number two of the eight sons born to Alan and Suzanne Osmond. His father, Alan, was the leader of the original Osmond Brothers comprised of Alan, Wayne, Merrill, and Jay. Nathan’s other brothers are Michael, Douglas, David, Scott, Jon, Alex, and Tyler. He and his brothers are all Eagle Scouts. He is also the grandson of the patriarch and matriarch of the Osmond family, the late George Virl Osmond Sr. and the late Olive Davis Osmond, who were lovingly referred to by fans as “Father Osmond” and “Mother Osmond.”
With a rich musical heritage, and practically born with music coursing through his veins, it is no small wonder that Nathan has become the success that he is today, particularly on the country music scene. He began his music career at an early age in the mid-1980s when he and his brothers Michael, Douglas, and David formed a group known as The Osmond Boys. In time, they would be joined by their brothers Scott and Jon and become known as The Osmonds – Second Generation. Brothers Alex and Tyler also joined them on stage at times, especially during the Christmas season and television appearances.
American television and radio host, Larry King, has said about Nathan Osmond, “Nathan Osmond is a wonderful new talent whose musical genes shine brightly through.” Four of his singles – “Sweet,” “The Tailgate Song,” “There’s A Whole Lot About a Woman,” and “Stars and Stripes” which he co-wrote all hit #1 on several Country charts for up to 4 weeks in a row. His music videos are featured on CMT and GAC, as well as, national television shows, and he has had the honor of sharing the stage with such big-name stars as Chris Young, Carrie Underwood, Clay Walker, Lonestar, and Martina McBride, to name but a few. He also has several impressive accolades to his credit including a nomination for “Male Vocalist of the Year” and “New Artist of the Year” and “Country Breakthrough Artist of the Year” by the New Music Awards in Los Angeles. Nathan is also the recipient of such awards as 2013 Ten Outstanding Young American Award (TOYA), presented by the United States Junior Chamber (JAYCEES), and 2014 John C. Maxwell Leadership Award (Arts & Entertainment) being the first-ever recipient in this category. In 2014, he was also awarded the Utah Music Award for Best Music Video “Stars & Stripes.”
According to his bio on ReverbNation.com, “This singer-songwriter is no stranger to the business. Nearly his entire life has been dedicated to writing and performing music. Raised around television and recording studios, Nathan knew at an early age that music was his destiny.” Late-night talk show host, Jimmy Kimmel remarked, “He’s got a very nice voice!” The Country Music Association (CMA) commented, “America and Country music fans are about to see a whole new chapter in the Osmond legacy.” Whether he is performing at a sold-out stadium or a local country fair, Nathan always delivers a high-energy, crowd-pleasing performance that always leaves his audience asking for more. He is a proud member of the Country Music Association and the International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA). And, he has featured on all of the Dad’s Old Fashioned Root Beer and Cream Soda cases across the Country.
Nathan is a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served a full-time mission in the Chile, Santiago North Mission where he was able “to share with the Chilean people the glad message of the restoration of Christ’s church here on the earth.” After returning home from his mission, he toured for two years on the North American Tour of the hit musical, “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” and was cast as Charlie Brown in the National Tour of “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown.” He was also cast as President Gordon B. Hinckley’s mission companion in the film, “Gordon B. Hinckley – A Giant Among Men.” He often gives firesides where he can share his faith and beliefs. He was married for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake Temple at Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah on 7 March 2002 to his sweetheart Sarah Eileen Osmond. They are the proud parents of four boys.
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