Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons
72 Shouts - 2,898,200 Scrobbles
The Four Seasons (also known, off and on, as Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons) is an American pop and rock group that came about in 1960 after Bob Gaudio joined up with musicians Frankie Valli, Tommy DeVito, and Nick Massi, all of them from Newark, New Jersey. The Seasons' first hit, titled "Sherry", came out in 1962. With producer Bob Crewe, Gaudio wrote a string of subsequent tunes that were big hits for the Seasons in the 60s , including "Big Girls Don't Cry", "Walk Like A Man", "Ronnie", "Save It For Me", and "Bye Bye Baby".
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Big Girls Don't Cry - (2:23) - 12,904 plays
- December, 1963 [Oh What A Night!] (45 Version) - (3:21) - 13,579 plays
- Sherry - (2:30) - 13,343 plays
- December, 1963 (Oh What A Night!) - (3:32) - 11,475 plays
- Walk Like A Man - (2:19) - 10,532 plays
- Beggin' - (3:41) - 5,811 plays
- Rag Doll - (2:54) - 4,924 plays
- Who Loves You - (4:21) - 5,216 plays
- Working My Way Back To You - (3:06) - 4,488 plays
- December, 1963 [Oh What A Night!] - (3:21) - 5,396 plays