Historical Facts

11 Sep 1971

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Donny Osmond has the #1 hit on the U.S. pop charts with “Go Away Little Girl”
Donny Osmond began his professional career in the early 1960s, as the dimpled, five-year-old frontman of the family barbershop quintet. These days, he is still a reliable Las Vegas nightclub draw; an occasional above-the-marquee star of touring Broadway musicals; and an on-again, off-again host of syndicated television chat- and game-shows. For one golden period in the 1970s, however, this hardworking showbiz survivor was a bona fide superstar. That period was well underway on September 11, 1971, when 13-year-old Donny Osmond earned his first solo (and second overall) #1 hit with “Go Away Little Girl.”

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