Pop singer Frankie Valli was permanently associated with the group for which he served as lead singer, the Four Seasons. But he also maintained a separate solo career during much of the band's tenure that included several major hits beginning with "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" and including "Grease".
He also found work as a film and television actor. Frankie Valli is without a doubt one of the most recognisable voices in pop. With his soaring falsetto voice and an array of hits such as “Sherry”, “Walk Like A Man” and “Big Girls Don’t Cry” to name but a few, he is an undisputed star with credentials to match. Meanwhile, the “Jersey Boys” musical continues to sell out in cities worldwide, including London and New York, and is testament to the life and songbook of one of America’s longest-serving and best loved pop acts.
The Four Seasons scored five Top 40 hits and three chart albums in 1963, then had seven Top 40 hits and six chart albums in 1964. The success continued in 1965 with four more Top 40 hits and three more chart albums.