One Big Happy Family


In the 60s, 70s, and 80s, it seemed like there was something in the water that was creating hugely musical families.  They were springing up everywhere, all over America, singing their hearts out while they boogied down in unison on TV screens across the country.  With the success of groups like the Jackson 5, the Cowsills, the Osmonds, and the Partridge “family,” it was game on for brothers and sisters all over the USA.  Some were one hit wonders (the Sylvers and the DeFranco family, while others went on to change the way music sounded forever (the Jackson 5).  Here are some of the greatest, and the worst, of America’s singing families…

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