Merrill Osmond Singer * Songwriter * Producer * Author * Motivational Speaker * Entrepreneur * Philanthropist To say Merrill Osmond has done it all might be a small overstatement. But in a career that has now spanned the better part of five decades, it's safe to say there is not much Merrill hasn't done, as an entertainer; as a leader; as a man. As an entertainer, Merrill is perhaps best known as lead singer of the iconic 70's group, The Osmonds. With Merrill out front, they racked up a whopping 27 Gold records, including five number one songs. Merrill also wrote several of The Osmonds' classics. Merrill's exemplary leadership skills have established him as powerful influence in the music and entertainment industry. He is a pioneering record producer, holding production credits on recordings by The Osmonds and other artists. Merrill's uncanny ability to lead and inspire people has caught the attention of two U.S. Presidents. In 1981, President Ronald Reagan tapped Merrill to produce "The Making of an Inauguration." In 1989, President George H.W. Bush hired him to produce a similar project, "The Quincentennial Inaugural Ball." With a stellar career behind him, Merrill could easily consider retirement. Instead, he continues to release new music and remains a popular touring act, both solo and with his famous brothers. ". "Music is an element that evokes all kinds of feelings that can be used to aid in healing like no other medium," Merrill says of his life in music. "I believe a song can change the world, so I plan to keep singing."