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Jimmy Osmond’s Ipswich Regent show pays tribute to Andy Williams

13:05 10 February 2016

Jimmy Osmond pays tribute to Andy Williams in new show Moon River and Me

Jimmy Osmond pays tribute to Andy Williams in new show Moon River and Me


Jimmy Osmond returns with new show Moon River and Me, a tribute to Andy Williams.

The youngest member of the world-famous Osmond family made his TV debut aged just three on the Andy Williams Show.

The October 13 concert at the Ipswich Regent will feature hits including Music To Watch Girls By, Happy Heart, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Almost There, May Each Day, Days of Wine and Roses and the song that was to become Williams’ theme, Moon River.

Osmond, celebrating his 50th anniversary in the music business, will also share nostalgic footage, his memories of Williams.

It wouldn’t be an Osmond concert without some of his and his brothers’ hits too.

The singer, stage star and author will be joined on the latest tour by The Moon River Band with special guests Charlie Green and Emily Penny.

Tickets are on sale from 10am tomorrow.

For the latest what’s on news see Friday’s packed Event guide.


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