Jimmy Osmond set to perform in Kilmarnock

January 16, 2018 by  

One of the top pop starts of the 1970s is set to play a concert in Kilmarnock next month, giving fans in the area a chance to indulge in a little nostalgia.

Jimmy Osmond – who was known as Little Jimmy Osmond during his heyday – is a member of the famous Osmond musical family, although he recorded solo rather than as part of the group. Kilmarnock’s Grand Hall is set to serve as the venue for his concert, which will see him pay homage to another star.

The show is called ‘Moon River and Me’ and sees the singer celebrating the life and work of Andy Williams. Jimmy will be performing many of Williams’ most famous songs as well as sharing his memories of working with him.

There will also be a number of guest artists joining Jimmy on stage on the night, including Emily Penny and Britain’s Got Talent singer Charlie Green. It will take place on the 13th February and Jimmy told the Daily Record that:

“It’s not about me – it’s about Andy Williams and his music. I perform songs like Music to Watch Girls By, Happy Heart, Speak Softly Love and Can’t Take My Eyes Off You and of course Moon River.”

Shows that are touring around the UK are often promoted through leaflets and flyers, with many shows opting to use a local printer.