The country artist spoke with PEOPLE while out in Park City for the Sundance Film Festival
Nathan Osmond is giving a glimpse of what his exponentially large Osmond family gatherings are like.
"A stadium rental," the country artist, 46, who is the son of Alan Osmond, jokes to PEOPLE while out at Media.com's "The Power of Reputation" panel at the 2024 Sundance Film Festival.
The nephew of Donny and Marie Osmond — and their seven brothers — is one of eight boys. "I think there's like 57 grandkids. I have four boys myself. Donny has five boys. Jay has three boys. So there's I think only 17 girls and several were adopted."
"So you literally have to adopt girls to get 'em in the Osmond family. We just don't produce them," Nathan teases.
The Osmonds, who were comprised of Alan, Wayne, Merrill, Jay and later Donny, skyrocketed to fame in the 1970s with hits such as "One Bad Apple" and "Down by the Lazy River."
In 1976, Donny, now 66, and Marie, 64, began their own act separate from their brothers via a self-titled variety show called Donny & Marie.
"The Osmond family makes up half the state of Utah, so you're bound to run into one of us while you come up here to the Sundance Film Festival. But we love Utah. Utah's always been home. We're so grateful Robert Redford brought Hollywood to Utah," he added.
A proud "second generation" Osmond, Nathan has followed in the path of his Aunt Marie and has taken over the country music charts over the last decade with a string of No. 1 hits.
"I love country music. So I think my Aunt Marie's excited one of us kept it country," the Achieving Awesomeness Now podcast host shares. "It's just been fun to follow in their footsteps."
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Nathan also gave an overall update on the first generation of Osmond performers, Nathan's dad Alan, who has been living with MS, is now retired. His uncle Jimmy, who suffered a stroke in 2018, is also retired. "Enjoying life as a family man," Nathan shares.
Donny has his solo show at Harrah's in Las Vegas. "He's killing it," and Marie is "out selling Nutrisystem and everything else."
As for Nathan, he is looking forward to his own shows later this year, with Nathan Live in Branson, Missouri. "Tickets go on sale on Feb. 1. So I'm excited!"
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