Following the success of her elder siblings in the Osmonds, Marie launched her own singing career in 1973 with the international hit "Paper Roses." She joined her brother, Donny, on a series of successful duets, including "I’m Leaving it All Up to You" and "Morning Side of the Mountain." In 1976 they appeared in their own one-hour variety television show, DONNY AND MARIE, and starred in the movie GOIN' COCONUTS. Thereafter, Marie successfully transitioned into country music, recording several albums for the Curb label. In 1989 she received the Country Music Association’s prestigious Roy Acuff Award. By the mid '90s, Marie Osmond made yet another career change, starring in a touring production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, and making her Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning revival of THE KING AND I.