LEGENDARY hit maker Jimmy Osmond is to appear in Ilkley as part of his 70s Jukebox Show which is touring the UK.

The action packed show includes nostalgic videos and stories of his superstar friends and includes a seven-piece band with a horn section, singers and dancers. The high-energy show will include songs made famous by classic artists Earth Wind & Fire, The Bee Gees, Elvis and The Jacksons as well as Osmonds hits such as Love Me For A Reason, Crazy Horses, Let Me In, One Bad Apple and Long Haired Lover From Liverpool.

"Get ready for a non-stop dance party as we celebrate the greatest hits of the 70s," Jimmy said.

The tour began in March and will be at the Kings Hall in Ilkley on Tuesday, September 25.

The star first made his mark just a month before his fourth birthday when he sang on the popular Andy Williams Show. Fifty years later the Osmond family are the stuff of music legend, with 59 gold and platinum records to their name.

Today Jimmy is an artist with many strings to his bow - businessman, actor, award-winning TV producer and philanthropist. He’s also a record holder - his No 1 hit Long Haired Lover from Liverpool established him in the Guinness Book of Records as the youngest person ever to top the UK charts, staying there for 27 weeks. He still holds the record to this day. He has also toured with Nancy Sinatra, Pat Boone and Andy Williams, starred in the Osmonds own TV show, and performed for the Queen and at The White House.

His TV appearances have included I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!, Come Dine With Me, Pop Star To Opera Star and Celebrity Masterchef. On stage he has performed as Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Teen Angel in Grease in the West End and as Billy Flynn in Chicago. He performs regularly in panto from Aladdin to Peter Pan and Cinderella.

Visit www.bradford-theatres.co.uk or ring 01274 432000 for tickets.