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Merrill Osmond Radio to launch in December

Published November 26, 2012 3:02 pm
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Merrill Osmond just announced he will launch Merrill Osmond Radio, his very own online radio show in December.

The show will feature music by Merrill Osmond and his famous family as well as other artists. He will also share personal memories and interests with his legions of fans around the world.

"People have been asking me to start an online radio show for years and I've put it off because of my busy schedule, Merrill said in a press release. "It wasn't until I started writing down ideas for the show, that I got excited and realized how much fun this will be." Merrill Osmond Radio will give listeners a chance to pick topics for Osmond to discuss and will provide them a number to call in during some shows. "Of course I'll play some of the Osmond Brothers' music on my radio show," Merrill says. "I also plan to devote a show to my memories of Elvis. I'll play some of the classics I covered in my latest CD, 'Merrill Osmond: Remembering Elvis.'" The first few Merrill Osmond Radio shows will be holiday-themed. Other topics Osmond plans to tackle include his life in show business, and the healing power of music. The show will stream monthly at first but will become more frequent as it gains popularity. For show dates and times, visit www.merrillosmond.com. You can listen to the show at www.merrillosmond.com/radio.

I will be talking to Merrill about this tomorrow, so if you have any questions you'd like asked, let me know at dburger@sltrib.com.






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