Marie Osmond

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Decades: 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
Artist Compilations: Donny & Marie Osmond
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Olive Marie Osmond, 13 October 1959, Ogden, Utah, USA. Following the success of her elder siblings in the Osmonds, Marie launched her own singing career in late 1973. Her revival of Anita Bryant’s ‘Paper Roses’ reached the US Top 5 and did even better in the UK, peaking at number 2. Following two solo albums, she successfully collaborated with her brother Donny Osmond on a series of duets. They enjoyed a transatlantic Top 10 hit with a version of Dale And Griffin’s ‘I’m Leaving It All Up To You’ and repeated that achievement with a cover of Tommy Edwards’ ‘Morning Side Of The Mountain’. Marie simultaneously continued her solo career with a reworking of Connie Francis’ ‘Who’s Sorry Now?’ The brother and sister duo next moved into the country market with a version of Eddy Arnold’s ‘Make The World Go Away’. By early 1976, their popularity was still strong and they featured in a...

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