Donny Osmond thrilled fans with an exciting new gig announcement on Instagram. He was a guest DJ on SiriusXM and played songs that were meaningful to him, including his versions of some popular tunes from the 1970s.
The singer explained that he and his brothers had their first No. 1 hit in 1971 with the song "One Bad Apple." Donny relayed that the clan was listening to the late radio host Casey Kasem to find out if their record had advanced from the third spot on the charts. Their father, George, told them to shut the radio off because they had to attend church.
The family attended the service, only to return home and find their song had not remained at the No. 3 spot but had moved to No. 1 on the charts.
In an accompanying snap on Instagram, Donny held a copy of his first solo album, which was also released that same year. He appeared to be on a stage as he held it, where a headshot of the then-14-year-old was prominently displayed on the cover. He was wearing a red shirt. That recording would hit No. 13 on the charts and produce the iconic single "Sweet & Innocent."