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After starting as a barbershop quartet, the Osmond Brothers became pop sensations in the early ‘70s after little brother/heartthrob Donny joined the band. Hits like “One Bad Apple,” “Go Away Little Girl” and “Down By The Lazy River” followed. Squeaky clean and very open about their Mormon faith, the Osmonds even had their own Saturday morning cartoon. A number of the brothers continue to perform together while Donny carved out a career for himself on Broadway, as a game show host, and, most recently, with a Vegas show with sister Marie.