“Nathan Osmond is a wonderful new talent whose musical genes shine brightly through.” – Larry King
Nathan Osmond is more than just “A Little Bit Country!” His four latest singles have all hit #1 on several Country charts for up to 4 weeks in a row. (“Sweet,” “The Tailgate Song and “There’s A Whole Lot About A Woman,” featuring first-ever CMA award winner, Jack Greene).His new single, “Stars & Stripes,” which he co-wrote, also just hit #1 on the Independent Country Charts this year. His music video was just featured on GAC and Lou Dobbs Tonight. His videos have also been featured on CMT.
He’s recently opened for Chris Young, Carrie Underwood, Clay Walker, Lonestar, Martina McBride, and others. He was nominated as Male Artist of the Year and New Artist of the Year by the New Music Awards in Los Angeles this year. During the CMA Music Fest, Nathan played the “Midnight Jamboree” at the historic Texas Troubadour Theater and Nashville Palace in Nashville, TN. His guitar-driven, cutting-edge, true-to-Country-roots sound is winning the attention of Country fans the world over.
This singer-songwriter is no stranger to the business. Nearly his entire life has been dedicated to writing and performing music. Raised around television and recording studios, Nathan knew at an early age that music was his destiny. He began writing his latest project in Nashville with Dean Sams, the keyboard-player and founding-member of the hit Country group, Lonestar. Sams immediately heard Nathan’s musical gifts and took him under his wing to produce four sides on his album. Nathan then traveled to Muscle Shoals, AL to meet up with hit-songwriter/producer, Gary Baker (“I Swear”, “I’m Already There”, etc) to finish the album.
Nathan was voted by Country fans as “Best Local Country Artist” this year in Utah and received the Eagle Country Award. He is also featured on all of the Dad’s Old Fashioned Root Beer & Cream Soda cases across the Country. Dad’s sponsored his music video, “The Tailgate Song.” Whether it’s playing to a sold-out stadium or even a local County fair, Nathan always delivers a high-energy, crowd-pleasing performance that always leaves his audiences wanting more. He is a member of CMA.
“One of my favorite things to do is getting to meet the fans before or after the shows,” said Osmond. “I don’t care who you are, if you don’t take the time out to meet your fans, you won’t be around long in this business!” Osmond is known for giving his fans his time and is very active in responding to their questions through his Facebook and Twitter pages. He even has a street team called, “The O-Zone” whose members are actively spreading his music around the globe. Nathan said, “I’ve been so blessed to have the most loyal and supportive fans any artist could ask for. I love you ALL!!!”
On top of his Country career, Nathan has toured on the North American tour of the hit musical, “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” He was even cast in the lead role of the National tour of, “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown.” He’s toured to over 15 countries, singing in many of their languages, and had 3 songs in the top 40 in the U.K. with his brothers (The Osmonds 2nd Generation).
He has appeared in a number of films over the past two years and has plans to continue acting. Nathan is also actively booked as a motivational speaker and brings with him a very inspiring message for any organization. He is actively involved with Children’s Miracle Network (a foundation started by his grandmother), Autism Speaks and Operation Smile. He believes in giving back. “I hope to be more than just another Country singer,” said Osmond, “I hope to create a legacy of solid entertainment. I hope to be a positive role model, to both young and old alike, proving that anything in life is possible, so long as you have a dream and are willing to put into action what it takes to achieve that dream.” He continued saying, “I hope to keep writing songs that are meaningful and anchor to the hearts of the listener.”
Nathan stresses the importance of family in achieving success: “I have the been blessed with the greatest, most patient and supportive wife on earth. She is the inspiration for a lot of my songs.”I’m the proud father of three little boys (Zachary, Corbin and Samuel and one on the way)!” He continued saying, “If I never win a CMA Award or a Grammy, so long as my kids think I’m a cool dad, then I consider myself a true success.”Nathan has major plans to tour this year and hopes to be able to meet as many of his fans as possible.