Also on VHF told in six parts 2: The First Hits Featuring Alan, Wayne. Merrill, Jay Donny Osmond Mike Curb and close associates. the OSMONDS had been In the 60s a top television attraction on the Andy Williams Show, and although they had recorded, they had not found a hit formula. Executive record producer MIKE CURB comes into their lives and transforms their whole sound with ' One Bad Apple.' Donny Osmond 's career is also launched with a massive hit, ' Sweet and Innocent.' Introduced by Ed Stewart Written and produced by PAUL WILLIAMS
The Osmonds can be seen on BBC1, Monday-Friday evenings. Cover story: pages 48-51
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