Jimmy Osmond spent nearly all his lifestyle in the entertainment industry. In the ’70s he was most widely known as “Small Jimmy Osmond”, the youngest person in the Osmonds, several musical siblings in charge of hit songs through the entire ’60s and ’70s. Osmond also kept the Guinness Globe Record as the youngest musician to rating a number a unitary in the U.K. graphs, with the tune “Long Haired Fan from Liverpool” in 1972; he was just five years of age. After several well-received music — both within the Osmonds so that as a single musician — in the U.K., Jimmy discovered popularity in Japan, where he became a feeling in his very own right; Japanese supporters affectionately described him as “Jimmy Boy.” As his musical profession waned, Jimmy located himself as a business owner, and chief executive of his personal organization, Osmonds Entertainment, which dealt with a lot of the Osmond family’s merchandising. Within the Osmonds’ 2012 recording, I Can’t MAKE IT HAPPEN Without You, Jimmy performed business lead vocals for the very first time in the group’s background, a testament to his achievement inside the Osmond clan. In 2016 — marking his 50th wedding anniversary in the entertainment market — he performed a live tour kept honoring the late vocalist/songwriter Andy Williams. The Moon River & Me tour was performed world-wide, and presented Osmond singing several Williams’ classic tunes, like the titular monitor. A live documenting was later on released on Compact disc via Osmonds Entertainment.