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Encyclopedia > The Four Seasons

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VH1.com : The Four Seasons : Biography - Urge Music Downloads (751 words)
The Four Seasons had been around for a long time before they got their first hit in 1962.
The Four Seasons' influence, oddly, was also felt on a couple of tracks by the biggest British Invasion bands: the Beatles' "Tell Me Why" and the Rolling Stones' "The Singer Not the Song" both launched into ear-straining falsettos at points, whether as a satire, tribute, or both.
The Four Seasons struggled on into the 1970s; by the time they signed with a Motown subsidiary in 1971, Valli and Gaudio were the only original members left.
The Four Seasons (group) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (771 words)
The Four Seasons are an American pop and doo wop group, distinct from many similar groups of the 1950s and '60s in their traditional Italian American sound.
The Four Seasons was formed in 1961 with Frankie Valli as the lead singer, Bob Gaudio on keyboards and tenor vocals, Tommy DeVito on lead guitar and baritone vocals, Gerry Polci on drums, and Nick Massi on bass guitar and bass vocals.
The Four Seasons (band members 1962-1965) were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990, and the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1999.
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