Frankie Valli Atlanta Tickets
Frontman of the Four Seasons, Frankie Valli is going to entertain fans with his unique strong falsetto voice to Atlanta. Frankie Vallli Atlanta tickets are now open for sale. Get yourself a seat at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre to enjoy Frankie’s music. Frankie’s band, the Four Seasons contributed a lot to Frankie’s successful career. He scored Top 40 hits twenty nine times, out of which nine hits were as a solo artist. “Jersey Boys” was awarded with four Tony awards in 2006. Frankie’s number one hits with the band include soundtracks like "December 1963 (Oh, What A Night)" (1975). Other popular numbers include "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" (1967), "Rag Doll" (1964), "Walk Like a Man" (1963), "Sherry" (1962)”,"Big Girls Don't Cry" (1962) and many more. "My Eyes Adored You" (1974) and "Grease" (1978) were Frankie’s number one solo hits.
The lead singer of the Four Seasons, Frankie Valli the rock and roll, traditional pop singer is coming to your town to make you dance to his tunes. Frankie Valli Atlanta tickets are open for sale. The event would be held at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. The $145 million venue opened in 2007 in Atlanta.
Born in 1934, Frankie Valli started his journey as a professional singer with the Variety Trio in 1951. He started his career as the lead singer in 1962 with Four Seasons, an American pop and rock band. The band gained a lot of fame in the 21st century. “Jersey Boys” a Broadway musical was based on the life and times of the band. It included classic songs such as “Rag Doll”, “Walk Like a Man”, “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”, “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and many more.
When the Four Seasons was made, the record companies were of the view that their music won’t attract teenagers because the band had members who were in their thirties. But Frankie’s music has that ‘something special’ that appeals to people of all generations. The statement stands corrected with examples such as “Who Loves You” (reached No 3 in 1975) and “December 1963 (Oh, What a Night)” (reached number 1 in 1976) from the disco era. Frankie made it to New Jersey Hall of Fame in 2010 for his contributions made to ‘entertainment’ and ‘art’ industries.