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Jay Osmond is a consummate entertainer. The youngest original member of the Osmond Brothers, he was widely known as the endearing little boy with the toothless grin on The Andy Williams Show. Fifty years, 30 gold albums, and 77 million records later, Jay opens up about his personal life and longstanding career in this heartfelt autobiography.

Jay’s public persona is confident, adventurous, and strong. But his close friends also know his vulnerable side, captured on the pages of this book. He is warm, sensitive, and focused on bringing happiness to others through his music. These qualities, along with his quick wit, have allowed him to cope with and overcome the challenges of life in and out of show business.

Jay Osmond has been in the entertainment industry for over fifty years. While he is primarily known for his singing, he is a talented drummer who was voted by Flip Magazine as one of the top ten drummers in the United States. In 1972, Jay shared the lead with brother Merrill on “Crazy Horses,” which became the Osmonds’ bestselling single overseas; it remains a fan favorite to this day. Jay has produced numerous television specials and is a solo drum artist, but he spends most of his time as a member of The Osmond Brothers.

Terri worked as an administrative assistant with the Michigan Public School system for 32 years. She is now the web administrator for two Michigan Public School Districts and works with The Osmond Brothers. Terri is now working on a second book with Jay Osmond.

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