Frankie has 19 top ten hits between his solo hits and those with The Four Seasons. He has sold over 100 million records worldwide. He was inducted into The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame in 1990 and was named longevity champ of the rock era by Billboard Magazine, not to mention his chart singles in every decade since the 1950's.
Originally a solo singer recording under the name of Frankie Valley, he joined the Variatones in 1954. They made their first records as the Four Lovers but achieved lasting success when they became the Four Seasons in 1962 and recorded Sherry which launched them on their way to R'n'R superstardom.
Over the next few years The Four Seasons followed Sherry with such classics as Big Girls Don't Cry, Walk Like A Man, Dawn and Rag Doll. They had 3 top 5 hits in 1964, a year in which the Beatles dominated the charts.
While remaining steadfastly devoted to The Four Seasons, Frankie decided to branch out with his own solo record with "You're Gonna Hurt Yourself. That same year The Four Seasons reached the #3 spot on the charts with Let's Hang On. The year 1967 saw Frankie solo record a million-seller with Can't Take My Eyes Off You. For the next several years Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons continued to tour extensively playing to packed concerts throughout the U.S. Europe, Australia and Asia markets. By 1974 Frankie scored with another solo record, the bittersweet ballad, My Eyes Adored You. Swearin To God with its' disco beat and contemporary sensibilities went gold, climbing to #6 in 1975. That same year Our Day Will Come reached #11.