Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons
One of the most enduring and successful vocal groups of the 1960s, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons skyrocketed to fame in 1962 with their chart-topping single, "Sherry," by principal Four Seasons' songwriter Bob Gaudio. With that smash hit, the group cemented their unique musical style – mixing the popular doo-wop music of the '50s with the R&B influences of the '60s and Valli's three octave range. In 1964, when other U.S. groups were overshadowed by the arrival of the Beatles, the Four Seasons continued to thrive with three top five hits.
In 1994, their single "December '63 (Oh, What a Night)" appeared on the Forrest Gump soundtrack and, owing to its second lease on life, became the longest-charting single in history with 50 total weeks. Over his incredible career as a solo artist and with the Four Seasons, Frankie Valli has produced 19 top ten hits and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with original Four Seasons members Bob Gaudio, Nick Massi and Tommy DeVito in 1990. Valli continues to thrill audiences worldwide with his frequent live performances and recordings.
Valli performed two enthusiastic shows at the Orpheum in October 2008 and Jersey Boys enjoyed successful runs at the Orpheum in March 2008 and April 2011.