Donny Osmond melts our hearts with his “You Raise Me Up” performance

Secret Garden’s “You raise me up” was released in 2002; however, it was not an instant success. However, the song has been covered over 125 times, with Josh Groban’s rendition being the most popular.

It’s a song that can be changed to fit the style of the singer, whether they’re a pop star, a church singer, or someone trying out for a TV show.

You probably never imagined Donny Osmond performing this song.
This former member of The Osmonds still has his voice, as evidenced by this rendition of a now-classic song.Donny, like the rest of his family, belongs to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Osmond sings nicely, keeping the gospel-like concept without going overboard like other musicians. Donny does not draw attention to himself but seamlessly blends in with the symphony.

“What a beautiful soul you have, Donny Osmond!” You are a shining example of an ethically sound life in the music industry, especially for our generation. “Your gift has been enhanced and continues to bring us all tremendous joy.”

Pam, a viewer, says

This is a song that people from all over the world resort to when they are feeling down and need to elevate their spirits to God. And it makes no difference which church you attend.

This is a song for everyone.

Donny receives a standing ovation for his performance, and he shakes hands with a violinist and the conductor. Osmond looks fantastic for a man in his sixties!

The crowd is in for a surprise.
Donny returns to the stage, this time with American tenor Nathan Pacheco for a world-class rendition of “The Prayer.” Music is yet another way to lift your spirits. Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion made this song popular.

This classical crossover song was first released by David Foster, Carole Bayer Sager, Alberto Testa, and Tony Renis as four separate solo pieces on the soundtrack for the animated film Quest for Camelot.

Celine Dion released a solo version in English, and Andrea Bocelli recorded one in Italian.

“The Prayer” was also covered as a duet by Dion and Bocelli and debuted on their respective solo albums in 1998 and 1999.

Donny begins in English, his voice calm and deep as he spreads the song’s message over the entire crowd. Pacheco handles things in Italian, with Osmond responding in English.
The two gentlemen then take it to the next level, singing in Italian with the choir, their voices rising to the heavens, the chorus matching the intensity shown on stage.

“Absolutely the most magnificent, emotional, angelic, spiritual, and breath-taking singing of two amazing songs,” said viewer Diana Greening, “and then Nathan Pacheco was stupendous and such a great, great duet with you in “The Prayer.”Both of your incredible abilities, voices, and skills elevated my heart and spirit. I could listen to both of you on these songs 1,000 times and never get tired of it! Thank you very much, both of you. “I shall always remember you and your family in my prayers.”

She is completely correct.

Make this one one of your favorites. It’s not an easy existence, and the world has gone insane in some ways. Look no further than Donny and Nathan for a solitary retreat with soul-stirring music.

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