Mr. Big (band)
Mr Big is also the name of a 70s UK band, see Mr Big (UK Band)
Mr. Big was a US pop/rock band. They were founded in late 1987 by Billy Sheehan and are probably best known for their 1991 acoustic hit To Be With You. The band broke up in 2002 after selling millions of records world-wide.
Eric Martin (vocals)
Gilbert left in 1997 and Kotzen joined, giving the band more of a blues sound. He remained with the band until their break-up in 2002. All of the former members with the exception of Pat are still active in the music industry.
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All of the former members with the exception of Pat are still active in the music industry. Today their sound
is more country & western, with a bit of rock, and adult contemporary thrown
in. He remained with the band until their break-up
in 2002. Wayne and Merrill continue to perform as The Osmond Brothers, with an occasional appearance by Jay. Gilbert left in 1997 and Kotzen joined, giving the band more of a blues sound. Alan's eight sons occasionally perform as "The
Osmonds - Second Generation". Eric Martin (vocals)
The band broke up in 2002 after selling millions of records world-wide. The brothers are also well known as devout members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and are particularly strong on family values. They were founded in late 1987 by Billy Sheehan and are probably best known for their 1991 acoustic hit To Be With You. There are also two older brothers, Virl and Tom, who were born deaf. Big was a US pop/rock band. Donny and Marie also performed as a duo hosted their own variety show,"The Donny and Marie Show", on the ABC network in the seventies. Mr. Donny, and to a lesser extent, Jimmy, both achieved success as solo artists, as did their one sister, Marie Osmond (born October 13, 1959).
Mr Big is also the name of a 70s UK band, see Mr Big (UK Band). They were joined for a time by younger brothers Donny Osmond, (born December 9, 1957) and subsequently "Little" Jimmy Osmond, (born April 16, 1963). Official Richie Kotzen site (http://www.richiekotzen.com/). They were so successful that a new word, "Osmania" was coined to describe the phenomenon. Official Eric Martin site (http://www.ericmartin.com/). One of their first major hits, "Crazy Horses", could be described as rock, but they followed it with gentler, more sentimental songs such as "Let Me In" and "Love Me For a Reason." This music, combined with the brothers' good looks and clean image, greatly appealed to the teenybopper market. Official Billy Sheehan site (http://www.billysheehan.com/). The Osmonds career started with a big break at Disneyland, followed quickly by regular appearances on "The Andy Williams Show" in the early sixties, but their most successful period was the seventies, when they achieved a string of chart hits.
Official Paul Gilbert site (http://www.paulgilbert.com/). The group originally comprised brothers Alan Ralph Osmond (born June 22, 1949), Melvin Wayne Osmond (known as Wayne) (born August 28, 1951), Merrill Davis Osmond (born April 30, 1953), and Jay Wesley Osmond (born March 2, 1955). Big site (http://www.mrbigsite.com/). The Osmonds are an American family pop group who achieved enormous worldwide success as teenybopper idols in the 1970s. Official Mr. I Can't Live a Dream (October 1976). In Japan (2002). I'm Still Gonna Need You (November 1975).
Actual Size (2001). The Proud One (May 1975). Deep Cuts (2000). Having a Party (March 1975). Static (2000). Love Me For a Reason (August 1974). Superfantastic (2000). I Can't Stop (April 1974).
Get Over It (2000). Let Me In (October 1973). Live At Budokan (1997). Goin' Home (July 1973). Not One Night (1997). Crazy Horses (November 1972). Take Cover (1996). Down By The Lazy River (March 1972).
Big Bigger Biggest: Greatest Hits (1996). One Bad Apple (March 1970). Hey Man (1996). Channel V At The Hard Rock Live (1996). Japandemonium: Raw Like Sushi 3 (1994).
Bump Ahead (1993). Raw Like Sushi II (1992). Lean Into It (1991). Raw Like Sushi (1990).
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