The Osmonds: Talking Karate, Chuck Norris, Glam Metal, and Elvis With Merrill Osmond

You heard right! The Osmond Brothers, currently consisting of Jay, Jimmy, and Merrill, who sang the lead on all the Osmond hits, from "Yo-You" to "One Bad Apple" to "Down by the Lazy River" and, yes -- wait for it -- "Crazy Horses," will be performing a benefit concert Saturday, November 17, at Higley Performing Arts Center.

If you're steeped in Osmond lore, you know that the two oldest Osmond brothers, Virl and Tom, were born deaf. It's a cause close the to the Osmonds hearts, as the benefit concert seeks to raise proceeds for two local foundations, Desert Voices and Commission for the Deaf.

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