Donny Osmond Week on 70s on 7 shares music + stories from Donny’s life
SiriusXM’s 70s on 7 (Ch. 7) is celebrating Donny Osmond Week ahead of the launch of the pop icon and actor’s North American tour!
From Sunday, June 18 through Saturday, June 24, tune in to 70s on 7 all week long to hear Donny share stories and select songs from his career and by his favourite artists. SiriusXM subscribers can listen to 70s on 7 on their radios or the SXM App.
Plus, check out some of Donny’s exclusive commentary from Donny Osmond Week now below – including his memories of The Beatles’ “Let It Be,” Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song,” and ABBA’s “Dancing Queen.”
Donny Osmond Week is celebrating the launch of Donny’s North American tour (kicking off Tuesday, July 18), which will include stops in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, California, Nevada, and more.
For more information on Donny Osmond, including his award-winning residency at Harrah’s Las Vegas, visit donny.com.
Donny Osmond Week Commentary (tune in to 70s on 7 to hear the rest of the stories):
The Beatles – “Let It Be”:
“Everyone has a Beatles story. I dare you to beat this one. The year is 1973…”
Led Zeppelin – “Immigrant Song”:
“In 1975, my brothers and I did a concert at Earls Court in London. Just a couple days before our concert, Led Zeppelin performed there….”
ABBA – “Dancing Queen”:
“So back in the early 2000s, I’m in New York, and I go to see the musical Mamma Mia. You know, the one with all of the music from ABBA. I sit down in my seat, which was third from the aisle. A really nice lady sits down next to me…”