Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons perform"Sherry", their first nationally releasedsingle and their first number one hit onthe US Billboard Hot 100. The 1962chart-topper remained number one for fiveconsecutive weeks. Here, Frankie Valliperforms "Sherry" in concert. Related Article: Jersey Boys: History vs. Hollywood
Dick Clark Frankie Valli Interview onAmerican Bandstand (1978)

Dick Clark interviews Frankie Valli on theAmerican Bandstand TV show in1978. Frankie talks about the future, howhe has remained a success, switchinglabels, and his knowledge of the musicbusiness.

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The Four Seasons "Working My Way Back toYou" Live (1966)

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons delivera live TV performance of "Working My WayBack to You" in 1966. The performancecomes following their 1964 label switchand the 1965 departure of bass player NickMassi, depicted in the JerseyBoys movie. The song is about a manwho cheated on his girlfriend and put herthrough emotional turmoil. After sheleaves, he realizes that he still lovesher and attempts to regain her affection.


The Four Seasons "December, 1963 (Oh, Whata Night)" Music Video from 1975

The Four Seasons perform "December, 1963(Oh, What a Night)" in 1975. Drummer GerryPolci performs the lead vocals withFrankie Valli supporting. The song waswritten by band member Bob Gaudio and hiseventual wife Judy Parker. It originallyhad the title "December 5th, 1933" andchampioned the repeal of prohibition. Atthe urging of Frankie Valli and Parker,Gaudio rewrote the lyrics to be anostalgic song about a man remembering hisfirst intimate encounter with a woman.


The Four Seasons "Who Loves You" Video(1975)

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons "WhoLoves You" video featuring Valli on leadvocals, John Paiva on guitar, Gerry Polcion Drums and Don Ciccone on Bass. The "WhoLoves You" music video was recorded in1975 and provides a good look at how theband"s appearance changed over the years.The song was used in the trailer forthe Jersey Boys movie.


The Four Seasons "Walk Like a Man" MusicVideo (1963)

Watch The Four Seasons "Walk Like a Man"music video from 1963. It features thefoursome singing at a dance halloverlooking an interesting variety ofenergetic fans unleashing dance moves thatcould have only come out of the 1960s.During the recording sessions thatproduced the hit song, producer Bob Crewewould stop at nothing for the perfecttake. After realizing that a fire hadbroken out in the room above the studio,he blocked the studio door and continuedrecording until firemen had to force theirway in and pull Crewe out.


The Four Seasons "Big Girls Don"t Cry"Live Performance (1962)

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons performtheir hit song "Big Girls Don"t Cry" liveon TV in 1962. Valli performs alongsidebandmates Tommy DeVito, Nick Massi and BobGaudio. Like in the Jersey Boysmovie, Gaudio says that he came up withthe song while watching the 1955 RhondaFleming/Ronald Reagan movieTennessee"s Partner. In themovie, Fleming"s character is slapped inthe face, to which she replies, "Big girlsdon"t cry."


Frankie Valli Jersey Boys Interview

Frankie Valley explains how the writerscame up with the concept for the musical,which is told from four different pointsof view (or seasons). Frankie talks aboutsharing the true story while making surenot to offend anyone involved. Earlyfootage of Frankie Valli and his bandmatesis shown.

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Jersey Boys Trailer

Clint Eastwood directs this adaptation ofthe Broadway musical Jersey Boys,which chronicles the rise and fall of the1960s music group The Four Seasons.Broadway cast member John Lloyd Youngreprises his role as Frankie Valli andVincent Piazza portrays bandmate TommyDeVito.