Best Top 10 Frankie Valli Songs Albums Age Height Net Worth
The fact that Frankie Valli still continues to perform at 82 years of age is truly stunning. The New Jersey native has been beloved by many with his work with the Four Seasons being the biggest thing he’s ever done with his life.
It would be impossible to truly illustrate Valli’s success. Just look at what his work has done over the years:
- Over the course of Valli’s and the Four Seasons’ career from 1953 to 1986, the group has released many chart-topping hits. The group has stood out as a truly iconic band.
- Valli has had some solo success in his life as well. He has performed with many singers and was critical to the Grease soundtrack.
- The extensive work of Valli and the Four Seasons has even been adapted into Jersey Boys, a hit musical that has toured the world. It was even made into a biographical film directed by Clint Eastwood.
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Frankie Valli Career Information (Presenting Year, First & Latest Album, Net Worth)
|Artiest Name||Frankie Valli|
|Presenting Years||1953–till now|
|Style Of Singing||1. Rock (Top 10 Rock Songs In World)
2. POP (Top 10 POP Songs In World)
|First Album Name||Solo|
|First Album Release Date||1967|
|Latest Album Name||My Mother Eyes|
|Latest Album Release Date||14 May 2017|
|Net Worth||$80 million|
The distinctive voice and beautiful style of Frankie Valli has made him into a worthy leader for the Four Seasons. This look at the ten best songs he’s done is a clear look at some of the greatest pop songs of all time.
Frankie Valli Personal Information (Real Name, DOB, Zodiac Sign, Hair / Eye Color, Height, Weight & Body Size)
|1||Famous Name||Frankie Valli|
|2||Real Name/ Birth Name/ Nick Name||Francesco Stephen Castelluccio|
|3||DOB||May 3, 1934|
|4||Birth Place||Newark, New Jersey, U.S.|
|11||Body Size||Chest 38”, Biceps 14”, Waist 38”|
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Best Top 10 Frankie Valli Songs
The Four Seasons’ first chart-topping hit was reportedly written by Bob Gaudio in about fifteen minutes. Heavily inspired by Jacqueline Kennedy, the song is a textbook example of a beautiful love song. Valli’s falsetto style stands out on this song.
Big Girls Don’t Cry
The Four Seasons became the first act in the rock and roll era to have their first two singles top the Billboard charts thanks to this song. Another great track about love, it has a witty surprise ending with a great melody. This is another song that shows Bob Gaudio’s value to Valli and the Four Seasons as a key songwriter.
Walk Like a Man
This great song about getting away from a bad relationship comes with an interesting story. When it was recorded, there was a fire emergency in the building that the studio was in. Producer Bob Crewe kept them in the studio for a bit to get the perfect take before getting out of the building during the emergency.
Maurice Williams’ classic was remade by the Four Seasons a few years after its original release. The song takes advantage of Valli’s high notes to add a new flair to the song. This song is about fifteen seconds longer than the original, which remains the shortest single to ever top the Billboard charts.
Atlantic Records rejected this song about breaking up with a woman. Needless to say, the record label that picked it up got the last laugh as it came close to topping the Billboard charts. Only the Beatles were in the way of this song reaching the top.
Let’s Hang On
This next song was made with a strong falsetto chorus that backed Valli quite well. The song has a charming love style to it as well. Interestingly, this is a song that was made when the Four Seasons were being promoted as having the “sound” of Frankie Valli.
Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You
In the later part for the 1960s, Frankie was promoted as a solo artist. This romantic song has been covered hundreds of times and was even a wake-up song for the NASA Space Shuttle. But Valli’s original version with his enthusiastic and charming vocals is the most impressive version.
Who Loves You
A few years after Valli and the rest of the Four Seasons were apart, they got back together in the 1970s and recorded this disco classic. The song is an optimistic and powerful song about falling in love.
December, 1963 (Oh What a Night)
Originally written as a song about celebrating the end of Prohibition in 1933, Valli encouraged Bob Gaudio to rewrite it to be about falling in love with a woman and the nostalgic feelings of it all. This marked another great foray into disco music. Valli’s vocals are played well alongside Don Ciccone’s vocals on this track.
Valli sang the title track to the classic musical Grease. This is the kickoff song to the musical as Valli brings the feelings of the 1950s alive. His work is especially supported by a guitar part from Peter Frampton with songwriter Barry Gibb providing backing vocals.
Best Top 10 Frankie Valli Songs Albums and Release Date
|Sherry||Sherry and 11 Others||Gaudio||1962|
|Big Girls Don’t Cry||Sherry and 11 Others||Gaudio, Crewe||1962|
|Walk Like a Man||Big Girls Don’t Cry and 12 Others||Gaudio, Crewe||1963|
|Dawn||Dawn and 11 Great Songs||Gaudio, Linzer||1964|
|Let’s Hang On||n/a||Crewe, Linzer||1965|
|Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You||The Four Seasons Present Frankie Valli Solo||Gaudio, Crewe||1967|
|Who Loves You||Who Loves You||Gaudio, Parker||1975|
|December, 1963 (Oh What a Night)||Who Loves You||Gaudio, Parker||1975|