WATCH: Sound Advice With the Osmonds is Just the Positive Thing You Need in Your Life Today
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Sound Advice with the Osmonds
Imagine being born into a world-famous singing family, without the ability to fully hear and understand music. Justin Osmond can relate, but he’s not sorry.
He says his significant hearing loss was a blessing in disguise. Join Justin Osmond and his famous father Merrill Osmond, lead singer of The Osmonds, as they talk about what they’ve both learned from fame, fortune, and family in Sound Advice. It’s a weekly video podcast sure to inspire.
An Emmy Award-Winning Podcast
Sound Advice with the Osmonds is also the recipient of a Rocky Mountain Emmy for the TEEN category for their episode with Clint Pulver. Clint Pulver is a globe-trotting public speaker, licensed pilot, amazing drummer. Clint was still young when his high-octane energy at school repeatedly got him in trouble or sent to the principal’s office. Then, one teacher looked beyond the surface. Here’s Clint’s story:
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